Compressed 3D Models Still Look Great with VizUp 3!
Released on: February 21, 2008, 11:36 pm
Press Release Author: VizUp Technology
Press Release Summary: VizUp Ultimate is a polygon optimizer and reducer for optimizing 3D models.
Press Release Body: Compressed 3D Models Still Look Great with VizUp 3!
VizUp Technology unveils a polygon reducer that balances detail and file size to simplify very large 3D models that have been converted from CAD/CAM/CAE.
VANCOUVER, Canada. - February 8, 2008: VizUp Technology today announces the unveiling of VizUp 3 Ultimate. VizUp helps you achieve an optimal balance between maintaining the necessary detail in a model and a file size that is sufficiently compact that users can download it in a reasonable amount of time.
You have an option not to set any parameters manually, in which case VizUp will automatically pick the most suitable ones for your particular model. You can save polygon-reduced models in the VIZUP file format, which retains the relevant reduction information so you can revisit the file later if you need a different reduction percentage for another purpose; you don\'t have to convert the model again unless the original has changed. The process of optimization results in the deletion of some vertices, but it does not change the coordinates of the remaining vertices, resulting in minimal distortions during texture mapping.
Pricing and Availability VizUp Ultimate runs under Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista. The product is distributed as a Ultimate edition optimized for very large models, $1495 (USD). It can be securely purchased via VizUp's online store at http://www.vizup.com/store/index.html. Registered customers are entitled to updates with discounts and technical support. Additional information on VizUp Ultimate, as well as its evaluation version with a disabled Save option is available from http://www.vizup.com.
About VizUp Technology VizUp is a developer and publisher of 3D and CAD/CAE polygon reduction and visualization software. The company is currently storming the market with its VizUp product line, which represents a breakthrough in polygon reduction technologies. As one of its strategic goals, the creative team sees a further improvement of this technology to make the quality level of automatic polygon reduction equal to that of a human designer. In the nearest future VizUp Technology plans to release new versions of their software for designers working in the entertainment industry, computer and video game development. The company was founded in 2002 and based in Vancouver, Canada. For more information, visit http://www.vizup.com.