ArchVision Dashboard 2.0 [beta] Pre-release

During the past month, ArchVision customers tested the new features and functionality of ArchVision Dashboard 2.0 [beta]. In addition to a re-styled user interface, several features have been enhanced and added. For example, the Drag & Drop feature now includes support for Revit as well as AutoCAD and 3ds Max. Placing an RPC has never been so simple.

Key features include:

* Manage and view your local RPC Content, including custom RPC Content
* Drag & Drop RPC Content from Dashboard into Autodesk Revit, 3ds Max, 3ds Max Design & AutoCAD
* Activate and Manage ArchVision Software Licenses
* Search Content by Channel: Trees, People, Automobiles, Objects and more.
* Indicators for local RPC Content and remote/global RPC Content
* RPC Plug-in and Software update notifications and downloads

Here’s a quick overview that Jon Anderson, customer support manager shared:


Existing users should expect to see ArchVision Dashboard available as an update in the coming weeks. If you are interested in beta testing ArchVision Dashboard 2.0, please let us know. Future releases will feature support for RPC Content Creation and cloud rendering.

ArchVision RPC Content: February Plants Additions

februar_20_thumbnailWhile the ground outside Archvision is still thawing out, our team is inside getting ready for Spring. February’s plant additions collection includes (4) new hi-res plants. These shrubs include flowering shrub [2], a small green leafed shrub with yellow-pink pastel flowers, shrub [4] a hybrid evergreen shrub, shrub [6], a shiny green-leafed shrub and topiary deciduous [3], a well manicured topiary specimen.

These ready-to-render plants are available for you to download now via the ArchVision Dashboard.

ArchVision Software License plan customers have access to these and thousands more.

Check out all of the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard.

Download the ArchVision Dashboard to try these now.

Kroger Co. rendering includes RPC Content to communicate re-design.

With over $90 Billion in sales and nearly 2500 supermarkets throughout the USA, The Kroger Company, is one of the largest grocer retailers in the country. Like countless other retailers with brick and mortar locations, the need to expand, re-design and re-brand is ongoing. The process often entails community meetings, developer meetings, zoning commissions and the like. Providing stakeholders renderings of buildings is standard fare in the design process. Renderings provide a visual representation of a proposed design and they can offer context to neighborhood, traffic patterns, building orientation, new walking paths, parking facilities and more.

The Kroger on Euclid Ave in Lexington, KY, is a great example how to leverage RPC Content (People and Cars) in a scene to provide context. This particular facility is going from 38,000 square feet to 65,000 square feet.

Kroger rendering, Euclid Ave, Lexington, KY.  Image courtesy The Kroger Co.

Kroger rendering, Euclid Ave, Lexington, KY. Image courtesy The Kroger Co.

ArchVision RPC Content: January Tree Additions (2)

January_26_2012_thumbnail_new_templateThe first month of 2013 brings with it even more hi-res deciduous trees. ArchVision announces the addition of (3) ready-to-use poplar trees. Check out the January hi-res trees additions including poplar[3], poplar [4] and poplar [5] just added to the content exchange.

Poplar trees can be found all over the Northern Hemisphere. These fascinating trees have been used in so many applications throughout history. Fun fact: the Mona Lisa was even painted on poplar. Now you can add these RPCs to your masterpiece.

These beautiful hi-res trees are ready for download via the ArchVision Dashboard.

ArchVision Software License plan customers have access to these and thousands more.

Check out all of the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard.

Download the ArchVision Dashboard to try these now.

ArchVision RPC Content: January Tree Additions

January_12_2012_thumbnail_new_templateThe ArchVision team has entered the new year with great excitement about new tools and content headed your way. In the coming months, we will be giving you a sneak peak at some of projects we are working on. January also brings with it brand new hi-res trees. Check out the January hi-res trees additions deciduous tree [20], deciduous tree [22], deciduous tree [27] and small Japanese Maple [3] just added to the content exchange.

These beautiful hi-res trees are ready for download via the ArchVision Dashboard.

ArchVision Software License plan customers have access to these and thousands more.

Check out all of the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard.

Download the ArchVision Dashboard to try these now.

ArchVision RPC Content: December Plants Additions

December_5_thumbnailDecember brings with it four new flowering shrubs additions. This collection includes flowering shrub [4], a small yellow flowering shrub, flowering shrub [6], a dainty pink flowered shrub, flowering shrub [8], a tropical yellow flowered shrub and flowering shrub [10], a pastel blend of pinks and yellows. These beautiful hi-res flowering shrubs are ready for download via the ArchVision Dashboard.

ArchVision Software License plan customers have access to these and thousands more.

Check out all of the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard.

Download the ArchVision Dashboard to try these now.

ArchVision RPC Content: November Trees (2) Additions

ArchVision proudly introduces four new hi-res RPC tree additions. This collection includes ginkgo [4], deciduous tree [15], deciduous tree [21] and deciduous tree [26]. These beautiful hi-res trees are ready for download via the ArchVision Dashboard.

ArchVision Software License plan customers have access to these and thousands more.

Check out all of the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard.

Download the ArchVision Dashboard to try these now.

ArchVision RPC Content: November Trees Additions

ArchVision proudly introduces four new hi-res RPC tree additions. This collection includes ginkgo [5], a small but hardy tree, deciduous tree [16], a dense narrow tree, deciduous tree [10], a nice round-topped tree and deciduous tree [17] with wide reaching branches. These trees are ready for download via the ArchVision Dashboard.

ArchVision Software License plan customers have access to these and thousands more.

Check out all of the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard.

Download the ArchVision Dashboard to try these now.

ArchVision RPC Content: October Plants Additions

Introducing three new hi-res ArchVision RPC plant additions. This collection includes the yellow outdoor plant [9], red flowering shrub [7], and tiny yellow-budded flowering shrub [5]. All of these are ready to download via the ArchVision Dashboard and begin using in your scene.

ArchVision Software License plan customers have access to these and thousands more.

Check out all of the latest RPC Content added to the RPC Content exchange by clicking recently added from ArchVision Dashboard.

Download the ArchVision Dashboard to try these now.

ArchVision Software License Overview

ArchVision currently offers two annual licenses that give users access to all RPCs and plug-ins for 3ds Max, AutoCAD and Photoshop. The ArchVision Software License Floating (sold for $499/year) is portable and can be hosted on a network server to be shared among multiple users (one user concurrently). We also offer the ArchVision Software License Node-Lock version ($249/year) that enables RPC usage on a single computer. I have created a new video to show an overview of purchasing and activating either of these license types.

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