Informatix Software International (ISI) will release two new versions of its Piranesi 3D design visualization software: Piranesi 2010 Pro and Piranesi 2010 Lite. Both will be simultaneously released on the Windows and Mac operating systems.
"The huge global success of Piranesi has always relied on us providing a solution to our customers that is intuitive, easy to use, and that readily operates alongside the spectrum of leading CAD solutions, from the likes of Autodesk to Google SketchUp. A solution that can turn the simplest of initial designs into breathtaking non-photorealistic and photorealistic presentation images for clients and prospects alike. A difference maker..... A contract winner...." said Steve Evans, managing director of ISI. "The challenge for our software and business development teams this time around has been to find ways to make the Piranesi 2010 versions an even more attractive proposition to our existing customers and to potential new ones, to both retain and to win new business."
Piranesi 2010 Pro, the flagship product, will be the first product to market that allows users to create true 3D Anaglyph images both on screen and in print. Armed with 3D glasses, which ship with the product, these images give potential clients a truly amazing "depth" view of the proposed design visualization created for them in Piranesi. In response to user demand we have also included a new layering system which, when utilized in conjunction with a range of new tools such as 3D clone, and implemented on the Windows 64bit platform, provides incredible productivity gains. The simultaneous release of major Windows and Macintosh versions of Piranesi is a first for ISI, as is the offer to customers of a twelve month upgrade and maintenance contract.
The sister product, Piranesi 2010 Lite, will provide the full functionality of the earlier Piranesi version but will be launched at an aggressive price-point. This will allow the most cost-conscious of businesses to take advantage of the "Piranesi Experience." Bringing a competitive edge to small but innovative designers who are attempting to make a name for themselves in this extremely demanding environment.