Wednesday, October 28, 2009

VisualARQ 1.0 is shipping!



VisualARQ 1.0 is shipping!


Designed for architects, planners and interior designers, VisualARQ (developed by Asuni CAD) is a Rhino plugin for creating and editing architectural models. It adds parametric 3D objects like walls, columns, doors, windows and stairs that are suitable for 3D modeling and 2D documentation.

As a fully integrated plugin for Rhino, VisualARQ offers a set of architectural tools that make the design and documentation process faster and easier and a feature-based editor that allows you to easily create and edit smart/custom architectural objects.

VisualARQ integrates intuitively in the architectural design workflow with the shortest learning curve and at a very affordable price.

VisualARQ 1.0 features include:

  • A set of architectural tools to streamline the design process, including a powerful feature based editor to easily create and edit parametric architectural objects.
  • User friendly wizards, dialogs and toolbars.
  • Customization options for VisualARQ objects.
  • Tools to create 2D documentation, including sections, opening elevations, schedule tables and area calculation.
  • A Floor Manager and other useful tools to work with multi-story models.
  • A library of standard architectural objects and structural profiles.
  • Savanna3D: A library of over 1000 detailed Rhino blocks with various collections of commonly used objects.
  • Support for any render engine that works with Rhino 4.0.
  • VisualARQ 1.0 is available in 6 languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Italian and Czech).


Pricing:

  • Commercial license: US$/€495.
  • Introductory offer (until 1st January 2010): US$/€395.
  • Educational license (for students and teachers): US$/€195.
  • Lab license (for schools): US$/€675.


Availability:

  • VisualARQ 1.0 is available worldwide and delivered as a physical product.
  • To purchase VisualARQ 1.0 or download an Evaluation version, visit http://www.visualarq.com/.

For additional details contact the VisualARQ team...

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