TITLE

ARCHVISION COMPOSER & ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS

AUTHOR(S)
LaFon, Ron
PUB. DATE
December 2004
SOURCE
Cadalyst;Dec2004, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p42
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article highlights the features of two software products--ArchVision Composer from ArchVision Inc. and Adobe Photoshop CS from Adobe. It is informed that ArchVision Composer is a recently introduced application that lets users add ArchVision's RPC (rich photorealistic content) to 2D renderings and photographs. Via a Photoshop plug-in included with Arch Vision Composer, the two applications work together with a great deal of flexibility for those who create visualizations. The plug-in also works with Adobe Photoshop Elements, so it's not necessary to have the full Photoshop CS application to take advantage of this synergy. Users can rotate, scale, and adjust RPCs inside Composer, and can add such elements as shadows, Composer supports all RPC content, including 3D+ RPCs such as parking lot cars. ArchVision offers a number of libraries in RPC format, with content such as people, trees, fountains, and office clutter. Moving projects between ArchVision Composer and Photoshop CS is fast and easy, and the manipulation of individual layer components is smooth.
ACCESSION #
15490676

 

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