Last year, we launched the latest version of Vectorworks, which offers an abundance of both new and updated features. As a reminder of everything you can find in Vectorworks 2019, here are our 10 reasons to upgrade in the new year.
Topics: vectorworks 2019, 2D components for hybrid objects, Clip Cube Viewport Option, class and layer filtering, Image Effects, data tagging, site model surface sculpting, 3D hardscape components, General Device Type Format, instrument numbering command, My Virtual Rig
Whether you attended the 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit and want to relive it in all its glory, or you couldn’t make it and want the inside scoop, here are some highlights from the media who reported on our favorite event of the year.
Topics: 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit, Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, world-architects, Architosh, Antoine Predock, Paul Fehlau, Antoine Predock Architect, Dr. Biplab Sarkar, General Device Type Format, My Virtual Rig, Live Design, James Simpson, Royal Opera House, Vision, Land8, Vectorworks Landmark, Virtual Reality
Imagine a world where lighting fixtures just worked, the first time, every time. During Live Design International (LDI) 2018, we revealed how this can happen.
Topics: Live Design International, General Device Type Format, MVR, MA Lighting, Robe lighting, grandMA3, Prolight + Sound 2018, René Berhorst, Fixture Builder, Dr. Biplab Sarkar, Jeremy Powell, Gerhard Krude, Josef Valchar
Last week, the annual Prolight + Sound show took place in Frankfurt, Germany, with over 90,000 visitors from 152 countries. This event allowed many of our esteemed Vectorworks colleagues to share the latest and greatest in entertainment design.
Topics: Prolight + Sound 2018, Frankfurt, Germany, Vectorworks Entertainment, entertainment design, Andreas Thierer, ComputerWorks, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Rüdiger Benz, Jörg Schuchardt, Deersoft GmbH, Moritz Staffel, CADLIFE GbR, Marvin Säuberlich, Brandon Eckstorm, Jim Woodward, Braceworks, Vision, René Berhorst, General Device Type Format, Jeremy Powell, press briefing, Robe lighting, Josef Valchar, MA Lighting Technology, Gerhard Krude
Along with fellow leaders in the entertainment industry, MA Lighting for its lighting control solutions and Robe lighting for its high-quality moving lights, we are deIighted to announce a new development that will change the way lighting designers, fixture manufacturers, console manufacturers, and visualizers will work together. Our companies have joined forces to develop a new data format, named the General Device Type Format (GDTF), which creates a unified definition for the exchange of device data between consoles, CAD, and previsualization software.