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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
- 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
- Color for Your Conference Rooms: roomours Presentation Tools
Independent designs with humorous names: Munich based roomours brings color more…
posted on November 16, 2017
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by Bobby Saint on December 2, 2017
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by Bhanwarlalji on November 29, 2017
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by Angela Campbell on November 27, 2017
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by render on November 23, 2017
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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.
Wherever complex product knowledge is concerned, the right amount of detail and focus is also required. After all, those who have access to sophisticated planning solutions during their presentation, rather than individual products, will reach their customer solution goal that much faster. Thanks to the new exchange format (PEC), planning solutions can be transferred from pCon.planner into the pCon.box – and therefore directly to the point of sale – and further edited. more…
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?
A shop window is able to achieve a lot. More than you might think when passing by. That’s why a well-made display window is still the number one choice for advertising – it stops the customer, makes him interested in buying and subsequently he will become a convinced client.
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.
Everything for the Dealer Network: Roadshow with a Technical Twist. Once again it’s time for STIHL to host its annual roadshow “STIHL VIKING Treff”, showcasing their latest products, marketing activities and news concerning their dealer network. As usual STIHL proves to have an eye for quality and an innovative mindset not only when it comes to their products but also by using the newest technology for their presentations. The keyword here is “Virtual Reality”. But let’s start at the beginning…
Architects and designers now have the ability to directly integrate Ergotron’s desk mounts into their office-design plans. At launch, four of Ergotron’s desk mounts are available as OFML data, including the latest single and dual monitor mount options, to give customers the greatest flexibility in meeting workspace design and technology requirements.
Today’s post isn’t about offices or interior trends. Instead, I’d like to address a problem – or more positively formulated – a challenge that those working with 3D or CAD software in the interior design area have most certainly been faced with: I looked for a 3D model of a tray (or at least something that looked like one) for a private project. Unfortunately, I was unsuccessful. So what now? It’s time for a little DIY!
Warm, sunny days and cool, breezy nights – who doesn’t love the freshness and vitality of summer? There are plenty of ways to celebrate the liveliness of the season, and your interior design is a good place to start! To celebrate the summer months, we thought it’d be fun to gather a few of the creative ways you can bring the joy of summer to your own space – both indoors and out!