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 LightWorks integrated in ARCHITREND Virtual House application from Fukui Computer Inc

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Date posted: 12/12/2005

(Press Release) LightWork Design, supplier of rendering solutions for developers of advanced 3D computer graphics software, are pleased to announce that Fukui Computer Inc has expanded the LightWorks functionality integrated within their ARCHITREND product and has chosen to use the LightWorks rendering engine for ARCHITREND Virtual House.

Fukui Computer Inc. specialises in 3D CAD applications for architectural design and their ARCHITREND application is one of the most successful systems in Japan. The new release of ARCHITREND Z from Fukui has been upgraded to use the latest version of LightWorks, including the latest radiosity technology which gives users the capability to create even more realistic images with their Fukui software. In addition to this, Fukui?s ARCHITREND Virtual House product now uses the LightWorks rendering engine for the first time.

Clive Davies, Partner Program Manager at LightWork Design, commented, "We are very pleased to have been working closely with Fukui Computer in both the UK and Japan for many years. The new release of ARCHITREND Z uses our latest technology to give architects the highest level of rendering quality in an easy to use way. This release of ARCHITREND Virtual House contains LightWorks functionality for the first time and will enable even more of Fukui Computer's customers to experience photo-realistic rendering"

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