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roomeon 3D-planner 1.4.2 final

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roomeon 3D-planner 1.4.2 final

Post by Admin on Sun May 05, 2013 8:15 pm




Roomeon
3D-Planner is a comprehensive interior design tool which allows you to
create a 3D image of your room, then experiment with new windows, doors,
flooring, furniture and more.

If you'd like to be accurate then
you can start by drawing a floor plan for your room. But if a general
idea is good enough, just choose a template which matches your room's
general shape and you can get started right away.

Clicking the
roomeon Objects tab then reveals an enormous library of items ready for
inclusion in your room: fireplaces, lighting, radiators, carpets, rugs,
beds, sofas, kitchens, and the list goes on. (These are generally real
products, too: if you like something you can often follow a link to buy
it.)

If you see something which you think fits in your room then
simply drag and drop it onto the floorplan, the object will be
downloaded, displayed, and you can try it out in different positions,
see what works best. (The program does its best to help here, too, so if
you're installing a new sofa, say, and push it towards a wall, it'll
automatically orient itself correctly and snap into place.)

Roomeon
offers multiple views to help give you the best possible idea of how
your project will look. So you can place its camera inside the room, and
"walk around" with the keyboard; the top down option gives you a bird's
eye view of your project; or you might use a free floating camera which
is able to check out your room from any angle.

Whatever you're
doing, good control over lighting combined with the program's smart
rendering means you can get photo-realistic images of how your room is
going to look. An integrated screenshot feature makes it easy to share
the results of your work, or you can even publish your design on the
roomeon site, allowing others to examine it in detail.

You'll
need to spend quite some time learning how this all works, of course.
Roomeon may be easier to use than a full-scale CAD program, but there's
still a huge amount of power here, and it takes time to figure
everything out (especially as the interface is sometimes less than
intuitive).

Still, it's extremely impressive for a free (for
personal use) tool, and if you're planning a big interior design project
then roomeon really could be very helpful.

License: Trial



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