Happy New Year! Here's our first update of 2014.
I am excited about this new company: their CEO, Scott Houston, was the Chief Information Officer for Weta Digital during The Lord of the Rings, and came up with the idea for GreenButton technology while dealing with some pretty time consuming renderings for the series. How's that for an introduction?
GreenButton lets you use the equivalent of many computers' power, at the same time, in the cloud, to reduce the rendering time for specific projects you are dealing with. If you are a freelancer or a small studio and occasionally need to deal with a very complicated and render intensive project, GreenButton lets you save time and money by enabling you to speed up your work process on demand.
This Wednesday, Jan. 15th, Sergio Gonzalez, a Solution Architect at GreenButton, will lead our 99th webinar and will show you how this technology works and how you can use it. Register here to watch the live broadcast and Q&A.
NoneCG is a group of experienced artists who worked in the film, animation and print industries for over 20 years. They came together to create top quality 3D models and to make them available at reasonable prices. There are lots to choose from! You can find the complete list on our catalog.
Revu 12 is on its way and I hear that it will cost a little bit more than 11. So don't wait and get your copy of Bluebeam Revu now, so when Revu 12 is released, you can upgrade for free.
One of our favorite AutoCAD trainers, Brian Benton, released a new training course for AutoCAD 2014 and AutoCAD Lt for Mac, from Infinite Skills. You can purchase it either as a digital download or as a DVD. And don't forget to take a look at all the other trainings from Infinite Skills.
We are nearing the end of this promotion: if you want to save up to $1,000 on new Design and Creation Suites and $400 on select AutoCAD software, don't wait. Head to our website now and find all the products that qualify for these savings:
When you combine this latest promotion with Novedge's discount for AIA members, you can save $500 for each new copy of AutoCAD 2014 you buy. And your purchase will help us support Public Architecture.
If you have two licenses of qualifying Autodesk products registered both under the same customer name and purchased in 2007 or before, you can trade them in for an extra license when you purchase a new commercial or government 2014 perpetual license. What a mouthful!
In plain English: email Scott Hester, our Autodesk specialist, and he will figure out a way for you to save some money. This offer expires on January 24th.
Save over $200 on all AutoCAD LT products, including Revit LT. You can see the entire list of products in this special here.
And don't forget to check with Scott Hester, our Autodesk Specialist, if you qualify for our 0% financing on your Autodesk order over $10,000 and our $100 discount for AIA members.
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If it's not in the actual 3D modeling and sketching, where is the real difference between the two programs?