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 LightWork Design and Arc Technology announce collaboration - Arc+ and LightWorks to be displayed at Batimat, Paris

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Date posted: 07/11/2005

(Press Release) SHEFFIELD, UK (7 November 2005) - LightWork Design, supplier of rendering solutions for developers of advanced 3D computer graphics software, is pleased to announce a collaboration with Arc Technology, developers of the ARC+ software application. Visitors to the Batimat Exhibition in Paris (7 - 12 November) will be able to see Arc+ and LightWorks being previewed on stand F24, hall 5.1.

ARC+ is one of the leaders in the architectural CAD software industry, used by more than 30 000 users worldwide. The collaboration with LightWork Design will see the full capabilities of the LightWorks rendering engine being integrated within Arc+ to give these users even higher quality rendering within their architectural design work.

Nick Lightfoot, Account Manager at LightWork Design commented, ?This collaboration will result in a close integration of LightWorks within the Arc+ intelligent modelling system incorporating the highest level of photorealism directly within the design workflow.?

Salvo Barbera, Development Director at Arc Technology, added, ? We chose LightWorks because we wanted to give our users the best possible product. We are delighted with the results we have seen and these exceed all of our initial expectations. The LightWork Design support team have helped us to rapidly integrate LightWorks within Arc+ and we are looking forward to a good working relationship with the Company in the years to come.?

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