Textile BlockClick HereFor the full description of the changes new to LUMION® 7.0/7.0.1 and LUMION® 7.0/7.0.1 PRO.LUMION® Rendering and Animation brings HD images to your client…and FAST!!Reduce your rendering time to a fraction of the time (From hours to seconds per frame?)High Definition Images.Easy to Animate and create movie scenes.*Little to no training time required.*(Although Available through Tutorials and Scheduled Classes)Stunning movies that will assist you in your decision-making processes.From Sketchy to Realistic, you pick how much detail you want to portray.Provides clarity for design meetings and presentations which will win you work.A variety of customizable backgrounds, materials, foliage, and entourage.An extensive and growing Library of buildings and other models to populate your scenes.Perfect for Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, and much much more!!!Never seen LUMION® before? Watch this short demo of the process.-See how quickly you and your firm can bring a BIM model to life with animation and visualization through the High-Definition video presentations created with LUMION®… unless, of course, you want to lose the next job to your competitor, who already has LUMION® and is keeping it a secret!!-In a few short minutes watch this project go from a Revit Model to a fully HD rendered live environment….all in real time.CLICKHEREFor the Latest Version Updates and Features from Lumion® Version 4.0 to the Current Version…
See what one user created with LUMION® on their very first project!!
“240” Project – Corpus Christi Public Library
-By user “Vance Heinrich”
“I would say between 10-15 hours in Lumion, most of which was setting paths for people, cars, etc. Then 22 hours to render.”
Whether your project is for Urban Design…
Gables Residential “Water Street”
-By User “Vincent Hunter”
-Architecture : WDG Architecture
-Landscape Design : Studio Outside
Or a valley of Landscape Architecture…
-By User Gilson Antunes
- Help your client experience the difference of a Landscaped Project vs. one that isn’t.