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Luminaires by Tobias Grau now available for pCon

Tobias Grau luminaires convince through aesthetic refinement and highest quality “Made in Germany”. Tobias Grau began his career as a freelance designer with focus on interior design in a loft in Hamburg in the mid 1980s. His fascination for light quickly became apparent in his projects, and he built his own special lamps with innovative halogen technology for the interior designs.

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Basics about lighting in pCon.planner – 5 light sources briefly introduced

If you want to present your plannings well, you also have to think about lighting. It is crucial for simulating a realistic illumination to create a unique atmosphere for your rendering. In this blog we have summarized how the basic illumination in pCon.planner works and what possibilities there are for using additional light sources to illuminate your planning as naturally as possible.

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pCon.planner: 10 shortcuts for a boost in productivity

We all have this one friend or colleague whose computer skills and dexterity make us look envious. But beware, this is no magic trick! Real power users know the meaning of shortcuts. They improve our working day and our productivity, because with them we can perform frequently recurring actions faster.

In this blog we have summarized 10 interesting key combinations for working with the pCon.planner: more…

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pCon.planner 8.2 – Next Level Layout

The layout area in pCon.planner PRO is a powerful tool to create project presentations and true-to-scale print pages. The requirements for this component are manifold: It has to integrate smoothly into the workflow, external media as well as planning contents have to be processed and important project information has to be accommodated. Of course, the output of the pages should also be as easy as possible.

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pCon.planner 8.2 – Add 3D content to your PowerPoint presentations

Creating appealing presentations is a daily business for specialist planners and interior designers. The goal is to present changes and progress in the project, to promote new ideas and to create transparency. This often raises the question of which perspective shows the right details and gives the customer the best overview.

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pCon.planner: Intuitive and dimensionally accurate drawing of floor plans

The pCon.planner is predestined for this task. One of its strengths is importing floor plans, drawing walls, doors and windows and thus transforming a two-dimensional top view into a three-dimensional project.

For this purpose pCon.planner offers the “Enhanced Element Placement”, with which dimensions for all possible room and wall objects can be taken dynamically from the floor plan. Once learned, this technique saves an enormous amount of time when tracing architect floor plans.

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pCon.planner 8.2 – Now available!

We have great news: a new version of pCon.planner is available! Below we’ve highlighted just a few of the many great features you’ll find in pCon.planner 8.2.

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pCon.planner: Import textures from the internet and edit materials

Materials are the key to an attractive presentation of furnishing ideas. With the manufacturer catalogues linked to pCon.planner, a wide variety of material combinations can be implemented. In order to illustrate the diversity of the real world, it is possible to download textures from the Internet and create your own high-quality materials from them.

In the following Blog we have summarized how textures can be found on the Internet and edited in pCon.planner.

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