Words: Dan Kamys

Summer 2015

New Products



AEC industry projects often concern outside stakeholders that have no or limited technical understanding. A simple and engaging presentation of the project that they can access and share at any time anywhere is a powerful tool to help them understand and promote your project. Web-based CL3VER enables AEC professionals to create interactive 3D project presentations and 3D virtual tours for web and mobile. These allow stakeholders to see their building from different angles, inside or outside, view and compare alternative designs from the early stages of the project, improving feedback communication and getting faster “buy in” to win bids and sell projects.

With the CL3VER platform you can:

  • Create architectural 3D Project Presentations
  • Create interactive 3D Virtual Tour & Walk-throughs
  • Communicating Sustainable Design with interactive 3D
  • Help and assist Facility Transition Planning
  • and Management

CL3VER presentations are available via browser on desktop and mobile devices. They can be shared privately within a secure and collaborative environment, or published on a simple and public URL so that they can be easily shared via email, social media or directly embedded on a website.

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