CL3VER, cloud based platform for interactive 3d presentations for AEC,announces new pricing starting at $ 50 per month. CL3VER will be exhibiting at AIA Atlanta 14-16 May 2015 at the Software and Technology pavilion. Live demos of the new 3.0 version together with case studies will be presented at the CL3VER exhibition booth #3287 and at the V-Ray booth #3475.
Entry Level Pricing is New
The new pricing model of the CL3VER platform enables architects and designers to create interactive 3D presentations of their projects from $50 per month. The entry level subscription allows users to access and edit content anytime and anywhere through the web based editor. Once the presentation is ready the user can choose different ways to share it, from a private and secure environment to a public URL that can be published and shared on websites and social media.
Viktor Nordstrom, CEO of CL3VER said “Interactivity and 3D are one of the most powerful communication resources. Until today the use of these has been restricted to a limited number of companies that have the time and resources required. Thanks to our innovative workflow and now a new starting price CL3VER has now opened it up to a much wider audience.” For more information about pricing you can visit the CL3VER pricing page.
CL3VER has been invited by Chaos Group to demonstrate the latest version of their interactive 3D presentation solution, CL3VER 3.0. This new version supports V-Ray materials and can export from 3ds Max with a single click.
“V-Ray is the leading rendering solution for Autodesk 3ds Max users and by working together with our clients in the AEC space we understood the importance of V-Ray materials for them.” said Daniel Iborra, CTO at CL3VER “This is why we have worked to integrate them within our workflow and make them available into CL3VER via our one click export plugin for 3ds Max.”
Last year at AIA we thought this was one of the coolest things around…the photo above was taken at the Autodesk Innovation Forum. Because they were not showing the product on the exhibition floor in a booth we were unable to consider CL3VER for one of the BEST of SHOW honors. Regardless, we did end up writing about it in our AIA Chicago show reports.
This new entry level pricing is a really good development. It will be especially appealing to those who infrequently need to (or want) tap this kind of interactive technology. It also fits the budgets of the solo practitioner and the smaller office, which is a vast number of architects.
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