Enscape's updated and modernized interface, based on customer feedback, enhances the user experience for both new and long-time users. Workflows have been simplified, making accessing commands and settings easier and more convenient.
FREMONT, CA: Enscape, the leading provider of real-time rendering and virtual reality technology for the global Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) market has declared the release of Enscape version 3.0 and its new Branding. 3.0 is a milestone in Enscape's company history. The new release and the new brand reflect the company's mission to unlock the creativity of designers through continuous innovation in accessible design technology.
"Enscape 3.0 represents not only an evolution of our product but also our company, which you will see reflected in our new look and a renewed commitment to our users," stated Daniel Monaghan, Head of Sales & Channel - Americas. "The new brand reflects Enscape's transition from a successful startup to the leading real-time rendering technology that supports today's building design and construction process. With Enscape 3.0 our focus is on improving the user experience and making real-rendering and VR easier and more accessible."
"The new interface in Enscape 3.0 is about more than just a new look. It's about improving the Enscape experience," stated Dorothea von Seidlitz, Software Developer at Enscape. "With 3.0, we started with a focus on the user and their experience as a whole. A lot of consideration was given to the workflows and how we could streamline tasks to make Enscape easier and faster."
New features of Enscape 3.0 at a glance:
• Enscape's updated and modernized interface, based on customer feedback, enhances the user experience for both new and long-time users. Workflows have been simplified, making accessing commands and settings easier and more convenient. Users can now use Enscape's tools directly from full-screen mode, enabling them to spend less time navigating between menus and more time exploring design questions.
• Users will find 333 new assets focusing on iconic or regional assets, such as the well-known yellow NYC taxicab, the popular red London phone box, and new trees, flowers, and shrubs characteristic of different hardiness zones. The new assets are tailored beyond what was previously considered possible, with some performing 40X better than competitors' comparable assets.