PARIS, France, May 3, 2018 – Abvent S.A. has announced the release of Artlantis 7, the latest version of its powerful 3D visualization software developed especially for architects and designers. Artlantis 7 offers a number of new features maximizing calculation speed and rendering accuracy. In addition, this latest version introduces Twinlinker, an application allowing users to create and share virtual visits of their Artlantis and Twinmotion projects online instantly and easily.
Improved artificial lights
The artificial light sampling method, which is more precise, improves the energy diffusion of the light sources in the 3D scene and reinforces the reflection of the satin materials with a brighter gloss.
Smarter anti-aliasing makes it possible to detect the areas to be rendered, optimizing calculation and reducing rendering times as a result, with no change in the quality of the image.
The virtual visits app: Developed by Abvent R&D, Twinlinker allows users to create and share virtual visits of their Artlantis and Twinmotion projects online instantly and easily. Simply export the images, panoramas and videos created in Artlantis 7 to Twinlinker, then link them to create virtual visits. These can be shared widely by email (a simple link) or made available for viewing on a website.
Free Artlantis 7 webinars on May 16
To learn more about Artlantis 7 and to watch a live demo, sign up for one of two webinars hosted by Abvent on May 16.
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 well-known rendering tool for physically-precise images and animations; Twinmotion, an award-winning real-time visualization and 3D immersion software; Render[in], a powerful, fully-integrated rendering engine developed for SketchUp; and Twinlinker, an online app for creating and sharing virtual visits of Artlantis and Twinmotion projects.