SimLab Software has announced the new SimLab Composer 2015, a 3D framework that provides the user with workbenches for scene building, rendering, sharing, animation, and automation. SimLab aims to bring art to engineers.
SimLab Composer 2015
New in SimLab Composer 2015 is a new automation edition, which adds Java script based automation, thereby enabling the user to automate tasks interactivity or through the command line.
Also in SimLab Composer 2015 is the ability to export to iPad/iPhone and Android, including user templates to show different configurations—this all available in the demo version as well.
SimLab Composer 2015 features include a new optimized user interface built around the workbench metaphor. There is a new material editor that allows you to view 3D models on the go. Also new are a new scripting module and advanced voxelization. Advanced image effects and a simplified assembly tree round out the new features along with multiple applications linking. You can link models to SimLab for example a SketchUp model to SimLab.
SimLab Composer can integrate into other CAD and 3D applications across multiple platforms, including on the Mac Autodesk Maya and Trimble SketchUp. SimLab Composer 2015 is feature based and the user downloads just one version of the application and adds features later. Preset bundles range from 3D PDF for 99.USD to 699.USD for the automation bundle. There is also support for floating licenses, educational licenses and upgrades from earlier versions. Click here to learn more.
About SimLab Soft
SimLab Software is a 3D software development company, founded in 2007, with its mission defined to develop state-of-the-art 3D software products that are both powerful and easy to use. SimLab Soft creates and markets SimLab Composer, import/export/3D PDF SDK, and 3D plugins for CAD/visualizations applications. The company has thousands of clients with many in Fortune 500 companies.