Flow Architect Studio 3D

Flow Architect Studio 3D is a software package for design and presentation. It enables you to design and visualize any scene you need in 3D, for example: buildings, interiors, spaces or your products. Flow helps you to present your work to others with screenshots, movies and a 3D real-time virtual walk.

Virtual walk is a real-time interactive presentation that can take a form of an application in a single executable file or an O4C file. A visualization in a form of an application can be shown to your clients or audience and shared through a website.
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99 votes Vote

have program also compatibel with autoCAD files dxf, dwg

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Pixelplan, 12.09.2012
Hello,

Thank you for giving Flow a try. There are tools to convert autoCAD files to format that Flow can accept. So in general if a user want to go this path it is possible.
Ti amg, 12.09.2012, 10:28
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48 votes Vote

see a 64bit version

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Pixelplan, 13.09.2012
Is there a particular reason for you to go 64bit Flow? 64 bit programs in general consume more memory (because they have to use 2x larger pointers) and unless program needs to allocate huge amount of memory than is is fine with 32bit.
Greg, 12.09.2012, 15:22
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11 votes Vote

Export to collada. Without it, this app may as well be a Betamax movie.

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Pixelplan, 12.09.2012
Hello,

We can do this. Export to different 3D formats is scheduled for some time now.
BeenThere, 12.09.2012, 13:03
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2 votes Vote

A better price.

I would like to see this program be a little cheaper in price. It is an awesome product, but it is priced a little high.
Dale, 12.09.2012, 19:47
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I would like to see it be a little cheaper in price.

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Pixelplan, 13.09.2012
Suggest a price than :)
Dale Jones, 12.09.2012, 19:42
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1 vote Vote

Add PainKiller Map Editor :-). It is not the PainKiller engine? :o

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Pixelplan, 13.09.2012
Flow uses a fully in house developed engine. There are some differences to a gaming engine that make this a better suited solution for visualizations.
Pozdrawiam, 12.09.2012, 22:59
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would not load correctly for me asked me to load drivers again.

Lexie, 12.09.2012, 19:39
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have better graphics

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Pixelplan, 13.09.2012
In general great game-like graphics requires lots of artist work. We could expose shaders or give more material control to enable better graphics but this will require lots of artist and programing work from a Flow user. If you want to develop code than there are game engines out there. Flow supports dynamic lighting, diffuse and specular maps, dynamic shadows, ambient lighting and ambient occlusion baked into lightmaps. This allows for good quality and still does not require lots of detailed knowledge about 3D graphics to have something working and looking nice. Its about showing your ideas in 3D and making it easy not about spending countless hours to make something look real life like.
Brandon, 12.09.2012, 20:27
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