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Landscape 3D Design Software from Idea Spectrum
Jasper Huitink : October 18th 2005 - 00:10 CET
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Idea SpectrumLandscape 3D Design Software from Idea Spectrum : Idea Spectrum today announces the unveiling of its new Realtime Landscaping product family that includes Realtime Landscaping Pro, Plus and Photo editions. Designed with an ordinary user in mind, this software enables you to design a 3D landscape presentation right out of the box. You can recreate your house digitally and add decks, ground cover, patios, fences, plants, and water features. The end result is a superbly detailed and atmospheric 3D outdoor world, where you can freely walk around in realtime 3D. Users can create movies of their presentations and distribute them over the web or via CD-ROM. Realtime Landscaping runs under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP.
Landscape 3D Design Software from Idea SpectrumIdea Spectrum - 3D design Technology
According to Jim Napier, president of Idea Spectrum and author of Realtime Landscaping, the product's ability to create photorealistic landscapes in real-time 3D will turn the heads of professional designers, while its point-and-click simplicity will appeal to home design enthusiasts. "As a garden or landscape professional, you can visualize your design ideas as a computer-animated model with accurate dimensions, scale, and object placement relative to existing property and landscaping. This can be shown to your client, who can take a virtual walk around the property to view proposed design changes as if it were in the physical world. The program can also help you estimate the cost of your projects by exporting a bill of materials to Excel."

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"As a home design enthusiast," continues Mr. Napier, "you can discover a refreshingly easy-to-use tool for bringing your landscape design ideas to life. With the help of wizards, styles, and tutorials, you can prepare a landscape project in less than thirty minutes. The software does not require any prior CAD or architectural experience. Houses can be imported as photographs or created as full 3D models. You can add landscaping objects such as decks, fences, patios, ponds, and plants. At any point, you can walk through your design in photorealistic 3D. And if you don't like it, you can easily change it."

Idea Realtime Landscaping - 3D models
Realtime Landscaping provides powerful tools for re-creating the slope of existing property, including sloping yards, building pads, driveways, hills and valleys. You can adjust the height of the terrain at any point using exact dimensions. The software also supports straight and curved retaining walls for terraces and hillside landscaping. All tools work in real time, so you can get instant feedback on your changes. The software comes with over 470 photorealistic landscaping plants, including trees, shrubs, flowers, water garden, cactus, palms, and more. The plants are lifelike 3D models that look real from any viewing distance. Additionally, you can import custom objects that have been created in other 3D design software.

Realtime 3D Landscaping - Pricing and Availability
Realtime Landscaping runs under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP. The product is distributed as a Pro version for professional use, $59.95 (USD), a Plus version without water features and the ability to import custom models, $49.95 (USD), and a Photo-only version, $39.95 (USD). The product can be securely purchased via Idea Spectrum's online store. Registered customers are entitled to free email and toll-free technical support. Additional information on the Realtime Landscaping product line is available from http://www.IdeaSpectrum.com.

About Idea Spectrum
Idea Spectrum is a developer and publisher of premier landscape design software. Their Realtime Landscaping product line represents a breakthrough in photorealistic 3D rendering and ease of use. Committed to high standards of usability, Idea Spectrum puts a special emphasis on its user interfaces to make them friendly to novice and expert users alike. Every feature is carefully designed and tested by real end-users that have the same experience level as users of the product. The company was founded in 2004 and based in Washington.

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