PARIS, France, Dec 15, 2017 – The Abvent Group of France has announced the global release of Twinmotion 2018 v2, a major update to its award-winning 3D immersion software developed especially for architects, designers, landscapers and urban planners. Powered by Unreal Engine, Twinmotion 2018 v2 offers a number of key updates that will make this revolutionary visualization software even more attractive to Mac and Windows users alike.
- Compatibility with VR controllers: Twinmotion 2018 v2 is now compatible with Oculus Touch and HTC Vive controllers. Users can view projects in BIMmotion using VR controllers while the VR mode is activated.
- New environment setting options: More environment options, including Sun power, Ambient power and White balance, are added to Twinmotion 2018 v2, which allow you to customize the environment in real-time.
- New library sources: Among the exciting new library sources are the Water materials and Particles, including fire, smoke, waterfall, fountains, fog, etc.
- Compatibility with Artlantis 6.5: Good news for Artlantis users! Artlantis 6.5 projects can now be exported to Twinmotion. Open an Artlantis project >> main menu >> save as >> click on Twinmotion document, in Windows, or main menu >> Export as Twinmotion document on Mac. The exported project can then be imported directly in Twinmotion 2018 v2.
For a full list of new features and fixes in Twinmotion 2018 v2, please click here. To download a free trial version, please visit www.twinmotion.com. For a closer look at Twinmotion 2018 v2, sign up for one of two, online demos on January 11, 2018. The webinars are free but space is limited.
Since 1985, France’s Abvent Group has offered innovative image and design solutions for BIM professionals in the fields of architecture, design, and photography. Abvent’s cutting-edge approach to digital imagery has resulted in products and services that are innovative, powerful, and easy-to-use. Abvent develops a family of stand-alone 3D rendering applications especially for architects, designers and urban planners: Artlantis, the rendering tool for physically-precise images and animations; Twinmotion, an award-winning real-time visualization and 3D immersion software; and Render[in], a powerful, fully-integrated rendering engine developed for SketchUp.