Scotland is Reaching New Virtual Worlds

Innovation-led CAD technology company, Virtual Worlds is continuing to grow with the addition of a new regional sales representative to its busy team.

Leigh Townley has joined the firm to help drive sales of its market-leading 3D & 4D design software and raise awareness of the product in the KBB businesses across Scotland.DSCN2058

Leigh has over 10 years’ experience working in the design and interior architecture business in sales and design roles. For the past three years he has been working at Luxury Home Design in Glasgow where he has been project managing, remodelling and helping with the designs and layouts for his customers’ homes.

Now active in his new role, Leigh will be responsible for driving Virtual Worlds’ brand into the, until now, untapped Scotland region.

Nathan MacLean, managing director at Virtual Worlds, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Leigh to the team, his work with architects and designers has given him a wealth of knowledge in the design industry and has an innate understanding about what Virtual Worlds is all about. With a solid sales background stretching over seven years this role is perfectly suited to Leigh, and we can’t wait for him to get started expanding our customers within Scotland.”

Virtual Worlds New App Brings Design into the Home


Virtual Worlds, the popular KBB CAD software from Logicom, has launched the Viewer App for designers to share their 3D interactive designs with customers.

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Compatible with Apple or Android mobile devices, the Viewer App allows designers to create conceptual designs using Virtual Worlds Professional and then upload them for viewing three dimensionally in the App. Likewise, designers can email a link to a customer for them to access proposed designs or a gallery of previous projects, at their convenience.

The Viewer App has multiple interfaces, including touch screen swipe and on-screen navigation.  Quick and responsive, the Virtual Worlds App brings to life designers’ plans, demonstrating them in an interactive format. Customers can walk through their room, on-screen, and view it from any angle; open cupboards and doors, look inside a shower, take a close-up of the tiling format, all on their tablet or Smartphone.


Nathan MacLean, Acting Managing Director at Logicom sees the Viewer App as an exciting, additional selling tool:  “The Viewer App provides retailers with a powerful, portable sales tool, which shortens the sales process and showcases their designs in a customer friendly, engaging way. The concept of a customer, ipad in hand, standing in their actual kitchen as they tap their way around photo realistic visuals of their new layout, is now an exciting reality”.

The Viewer App has been developed by Logicom, creators of Virtual Worlds. The hosting service, available on an annual subscription, is provided through the Virtual Worlds’ cloud and is therefore secure, controlled and confidential. Once uploaded, plans can be accessed for a time managed period by invited customers only, even if the retailer or designer is off-line.

Virtual Worlds – Red Nose Day Extravaganza!

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Virtual Worlds by Logicom staff took to their bikes in aid of Red Nose Day on Friday 13th March. The 3D interactive, design software team organised a day full of activities and challenges in aid of the charity with the main focus of the day being a 24 hour static bike challenge with the team “virtually” cycling around the UK. Customers also got to participate by taking part in specialised workshops, with all proceeds going to the charity, as well as entering themed design competitions and taking part in the “Find the Red Nose” competition via the Virtual Worlds’ Design Viewer App.
The team, some of whom cycled throughout the night, clocked up an impressive 1,056 miles during their mammoth 24 hour challenge with customers and the like able to track the team’s progress via a live webcam on the Virtual Worlds’ website. The event has, so far, risen over £1,900 for the charity with donations still being received.
Managing Director, Nathan MacLean said “The Virtual Worlds team at Logicom are dedicated to improving the odds for success in our client’s businesses and I am proud that their duty of care extends beyond this, into the wellbeing of people that need a helping hand. The event was a huge success and a great motivational exercise for all involved…including myself!
A just world, free of poverty: we support this audacious goal, and ask that our partners in business do too by pledging money to this good cause.”
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