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- 3D Consultancy Tool for Architects and Planners
Customers want customized solutions – across all industries. With possibility more…
posted on September 21, 2017
- Virtual Reality Showcase
If you believe the data from the U.S. market research more…
posted on September 19, 2017
- On and Offline with Alias Configurable Data – Now Available in the pCon.catalog
Working environments, employee needs, communication methods – all have evolved more…
posted on October 12, 2017
- Store Window Design – Convincing Peeks Inside Shopping Worlds
A shop window is able to achieve a lot. More more…
posted on October 5, 2017
- Digital Interior Day – Innovation Conference of the Home & Living Industry
Innovation warranty and feel-good spot: the home and living industry more…
posted on September 28, 2017
- The Future is smart – pCon at imm cologne 2018
Every year anew, the imm cologne kicks off the furniture more…
posted on December 18, 2017
- How to solve display and performance problems in pCon.planner
The pCon.planner as a 3D application needs appropriate resources to more…
posted on December 12, 2017
- Office trends – initiated and admired by millennials
With the new era joining the workforce (and smoothly dominating more…
posted on December 5, 2017
- Planning Room Acoustics with pCon and CadnaR
The noise level too high, speech intelligibility too low – more…
posted on November 29, 2017
- More depth in your planning – That’s how it works
Materials are the key… for an appealing, realistic and vivid more…
posted on November 21, 2017
- in Taking Control – Tips and Tricks for Better Planning
by klebefolie on December 16, 2017
- in High-quality computer, low-quality display?
by Blake Wilson on December 4, 2017
- in 3 Tips for Rendering Interiors
by Bobby Saint on December 2, 2017
- in New products for interior designers
by Bhanwarlalji on November 29, 2017
- in Store Window Design – Convincing Peeks Inside Shopping Worlds
by Angela Campbell on November 27, 2017
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The pCon.planner as a 3D application needs appropriate resources to work smoothly: it need processor power, memory and also a certain amount of graphics memory. Although you meet the recommended hardware requirements, sometimes there can be display and / or performance issues when working with the room planner. Read what you can do about it.
Materials are the key… for an appealing, realistic and vivid planning. Especially in times of three-dimensional models, we are always aware of this. As we have already described, with a thorough planning of the space you will soon find that the right choice of colors and materials is crucial to make or break the design.
In the industrial sector, compressors can be found in many different forms, as they are usually used for a very specific purpose. The highly developed technologies aim to combine the quitest possible running performance, optimal energy efficiency and the particularly careful handling of resources.
While we have to slow down on the roads now that fall has arrived, we can go full speed through the pCon world. With the new release of pCon.planner we are introducing the PEC format (pCon exchange format) which opens up the expressway from pCon.planner to all other pCon applications. Additionally, as a PRO user you can now visualize acoustics within your design. SOUNDS good to you?
If you believe the data from the U.S. market research company Super Data, more than 6 million virtual reality headsets were sold worldwide in 2016. So, is it just a fleeting trend or could this be the future of how we use and buy media? No one can know for sure… but if the numbers are right, than one thing is certain: the economic magnitude of this topic must be reevaluated – that goes for the office furniture industry, too.
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Many individual questions arise when contract furnishers use a software like pCon.planner. They need to transform interior spaces into worlds of well-being, all with a unity of purpose and design – practically functional and healthy as well as aesthetically inviting and pleasant. With these and other important aspects in mind, two employees from the planning department of the company Diekmann were sent to a pCon.planner individual training to the thuringian town Ilmenau. As a traditionally grown company, Diekmann GmbH & Co. KG operates nationwide and has numerous foreign references in the field of hotel, catering and contract furnishing.
The workspace from 30 years ago wouldn’t recognize itself today. Lines of cubicles replaced with open spaces and large desktops with tablets and laptops. And as I’m sure you’re well aware, this new identity isn’t just physical – it means a completely new functionality. After all, a stationary desk doesn’t foster the creativity we desire, nor does it support the mobility that’s required of us.
Who said the pCon.catalog has to be filled exclusively with office chairs and conference tables? There are plenty of retailers looking to fill other types of spaces, too. Take those working in the dental branch, for instance. Just as sales reps in the office industry are looking to visualize the ideal office space for their customers, so too are those working in the dental industry. That’s where Stomacom comes in!
For those working as interior architects and designers, it’s hard to miss the theme 3D room planning. It’s rare to find something that impresses the customer more than a virtual view with 3D models or a photorealistic image of a future interior design. It’s almost always irrelevant whether you’re dealing with an office or apartment building, a dental practice or educational institution – the eye takes part in the sale and can decide the success or failure of a plan in seconds. Thomas Lange, an interior architect from the Thüringian town of Meiningen, is well aware of this.
Experiencing furniture. 360° panoramas and virtual reality are all the rage. We talk about these ideas, technologies, opportunities and devices – but are there really measurable results for such enthusiasm? Time and time again we see impressive projects created by our customers. They speak of practical relevance and the significance of new presentation opportunities in a world where products are no longer just a product, but rather one piece of a complex, interactive solution that can be brought to life.