Specials and New Releases – June 9, 2014

June 09, 2014 3 min read

Get ready for a double feature this week: on Tuesday our newest Hangout on Air will focus on Resilient Architecture and on Wednesday Chris Stringer will join us for a webinar about Lighting in Artlantis. But before we get into that…here are our latest specials and new releases.

NEW RELEASES

We now have a new release area on our website. Click here to visit it.

Solidworks 2014-2015 Student Edition

This new educational version of Solidworks 2014-2015 works on Windows 7 or 8 operating systems only. If you are a Vista user, you can still purchase the previous version, Solidworks 2013-2014 by calling us at (866) 362-8970.

VisualARQ 1.8 – Save before August 1st.

Lots of new features and improvements in version 1.8 of VisualARQ, including Section attributes on VisualARQ and Rhino objects for display and printing purposes and new parametric Curtain Wall object. 

The number of improvements and new features in VisualARQ 1.8 brought a price increase, but you can buy the new version at the old price until August 1st, 2014. Here are the details. And here's the link to download a free trial to see all the new features in action. 

nPower plugins 11.0 for 3ds Max

If you are a 3ds Max user, check out these nPower plugins. The new features include Parametric Construction History, Navigator to Simplify History/Stack Browsing and more.

New Inventor 2015 and AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 Training

Infinite Skills released a few more trainings for the 2015 Autodesk releases: Inventor 2015 Training with Adam Cooper, Inventor – Surfacing Training with Paul Munford, and AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 Training with Seth Cohen. 

Composer 2015 Edition from SimLab Soft

Composer 2015 comes with new and improved features such as a new optimized interface, Realtime Material Editor, Precise Transformation Draggers, Simplified Assembly Tree, Preset Drag-Drop Libraries and more. Choose your Composer 2015 Edition: 3D PDF, Animation or Rendering

Arion for 3ds Max 2.7

With Arion for 3ds Max 2.7, it is no longer required to export the scene data to a file, to use a stand-alone renderer, or to go back to the host app to make changes. Arion for 3ds Max 2.7 exists inside 3ds Max, and renders right into the 3ds Max framebuffer. Just by hitting the render button, Arion for 3ds Max 2.7 will turn the scene into a physically-based digital photography. Read more here.

RhinoRing 1.7

RhinoRing 1.7 is a new Rhino plug-in that supports jewelers and jewelry designers in their day-to-day work. It improves the workflow with custom windows and menus.

NEW SPECIALS

To see a complete list of current specials, click here.

V-Ray 3.0 for Maya is coming…here's how you can save

Buy a new license of V-Ray 2.4 for Maya now to get a discount and receive a free upgrade to one workstation and two render nodes of version 3.0 when released. And sign up for our mailing list to be the first to know when our webinar on V-Ray for Maya is announced.

Save 12% on Microscribe G Series

Capture the physical properties of three-dimensional objects and accurately translate them into complete 3D models with Microscribe. And now you can save over 12% on the G Series.

NOVEDGE NEWS

All new original programming this week on the Novedge channels. 

Tuesday: Resilient Architecture

We start on Tuesday with the 11th episode of our series How to Succeed in Architecture. Ibbi Almufti (ARUP), Brad Leibin (David Baker Architects) and Matthew Peek (Studio Peek Ancona) will talk about Resilient Architecture. We'll talk about costs, best practices, collaborations and more.  Register here to watch the live show.

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For more about How to Succeed in Architecture, readthis and catch up on old episodeshere.

Wednesday: Lighting in Artlantis

And on Wednesday we are excited to welcome back Chris Stringer. As a veteran of our Novedge Webinar Series, Chris consistently delivers great tutorials and informative articles (check last year's webinar and Q&A here).

This week, he will teach us the best way to create artificial and natural lighting in Artlantis 5, including some advanced features. As always, there will be time for a live Q&A, so don't wait until the last minute, register here.  And if you are a current Artlantis user, don't forget to take advantage of the these specials to upgrade to Artlantis 5 and save until June 15th.

Looking for more Specials and New Releases?

You can find our previous posts here to make sure you didn't miss any of our past announcements.

Related articles

Novedge Webinar #69: Q&A with Chris Stringer – Working with Shaders in Artlantis 4.1
How to Succeed in Architecture
Novedge Twinterview with ACADIA 2014
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