ArchVision Releases New RPC Plug-in for Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2010
Architects and Designers Benefit from New RPC Plug-in and RPC All Access Trial
Lexington, Kentucky, April 27, 2009 – ArchVision announces the release of the RPC Plug-in for Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2010. ArchVision’s latest RPC Plug-in offers design visualization artists much sought after free RPC Content and tools. The RPC Content sampling enables artists to easily and quickly experience the benefits of RPC Content. Fast, easy-to-place and mass populate, the free RPC content includes samplings from RPC People, Trees, and Cars.
A fully functional demo version of the RPC plug-in continues to be included with Autodesk® 3ds Max® and can also be installed from the ArchVision RPC All Access trials or directly from the ArchVision web site. The Plug-in features Autodesk Revit import options, new RPC Lighting options, improved mental ray rendering and more.
The RPC Plug-in for 3ds Max 2010 may be purchased at an introductory rate of $99USD and is included at no charge with RPC All Access trials and annual Standard and Ultimate plans. Extensive RPC content and software subscription plans and libraries are continuously updated and available for purchase and download online at www.archvision.com.
About ArchVision, Inc.
ArchVision is the leader in the development of image-based content creation, management and delivery solutions. In addition to its RPC (Rich Photorealistic Content) Plug-in technology, ArchVision products include a growing library of RPC content ranging from people, trees and shrubs to image-based automobiles and other popular objects.
ArchVision currently serves customers located in over 120 countries around the world. RPC is the image-based rendering technology of choice for many of the leading animation, CAD, real-time simulation, and 3D modeling software packages on the market today. Native and plug-in RPC support now exists in Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk VIZ, Autodesk Civil 3D, Bentley MicroStation, Newtek's LightWave 3D, Maxon's Cinema 4D, AccuRender from Robert McNeel & Associates, Piranesi from Informatix, Adobe Photoshop, AutodesSys formZ, Graffiti RenderPro, Cubicspace's rtre, Arc+ Render, VR4MAX, and more. For additional information, call ArchVision at 859-252-3118 or visit us on the web at www.archvision.com.
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