…just a few quick words to say hi and that we are back in the office after a VERY busy Interiors UK show at the NEC last week!
Virtual Worlds were launching their new software version 5.8; the very special online 3D tool ‘Options Viewer’ – specifically designed with manufacturers and retailers in mind; and it’s new software functionality ‘Dynamic Textures’ – which now makes Virtual Worlds an absolute must for not only kitchen, bedroom and bathroom designers, but all interior designers as well.
The below image is just a peek at the design possibilites available with using Virtual Worlds!
We met some lovely people at the show, were given fantastic feedback, and had so many new enquiries from interior designers and manufacturers for our Virtual Worlds software; we are really excited about 2012 and hopefully, our stand at KBB Birmingham will be equally successful!
Crikey, that will be here before we know it – hope it’s in your diaries: 4 – 7 March at the NEC Birmingham
And Virtual Worlds are ready to launch their latest product: Virtual Worlds Options Viewer
Designed with manufacturers and retailers in mind, this online 3D tool hosted on your website, will enable customers to view products in a range of room settings before they buy! With the use of a ‘virtual showroom’ the customer can select different products, change fabrics, wall colours, wallpapers, curtains… all with the simple click of a button!
Options Viewer is set to transform the visualising and buying experience for clients; not only by providing this unique form of interaction, but by also delivering invaluable analytics – so you can understand more about who and how is using your website!
One of our major strategic aims is to expand the markets for Virtual Worlds as well as to increase its value and effectiveness for our existing users. In its traditional applications for kitchen, bathroom and bedroom planning Virtual Worlds is, we feel, the best design software around. However, to make it even better for Interior Designers generally, we thought we should address a major problem that confronts designers who wish to be totally flexible in the application of textures of wallpapers and fabrics. And the problem is…..? Well, it’s all to do with the nature of 3D models.