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TurboCAD® 2022 is the latest release of IMSI’s comprehensive professional 2D/3D CAD software for MS Windows. It includes hundreds of drawing tools, 3D modeling tools, photorealistic rendering, and extensive file importing and exporting support.
Maxon’s new Surface Imperfections collection offers new textures, designed to bring photorealism to artists’ renderings by adding minor pseudorandom imperfections to the surfaces of 3D objects.
Enscape for Mac is finally here. The company has announced a free open beta for Enscape for Mac for SketchUp 2021.
CGArchitect is now part of Chaos — the world’s leading visualization software company acquires global leading archviz website.
Enscape 3.3 delivers ten major areas of improvement boasting support of the latest SketchUp 2022 among other key enhancements.
NVIDIA GTC22 Fireside chat will delve into how visualization helps create great architecture using NVIDIA Omniverse and more…
The joining of Chaos and Enscape will form a visualization powerhouse spanning multiple industries from AEC, VFX, to product verticals.
Lumion 12 adds multiple new features to its real-time interactive rendering software for architects and designers.
Enscape 3.2 adds a half dozen powerful new capabilities and improvements to its leading real-time interactive renderer for AEC professionals.
ENVISION 21 is Enscape’s first user event and brings together leading architecture firms and AEC Viz Pros to talk shop on Enscape.
Enscape brings real-time rendering and virtual reality for Archicad 25 — delivering a rich material material and stunning imagery.
Enscape software powered the design process by London / Singapore-based Viewport Studios for Spaceport America in New Mexico.
Conona Renderer 7 for 3ds Max boasts 35 Presents, an upgraded Sky Model and key performance boosts for faster renders.
DLSS technology from NVIDIA is coming to Enscape 3.1 — will boost image quality and overall rendering performance on lower-end hardware.
Some AEC pros didn’t see the value of VR workflows until the pandemic hit. Now VR workflows may contribute to how work changes for the good in the future of AEC.