Vizerra 3D technology is of value to companies involved in development and city planning. It enables them to visualize future buildings in context and detect errors during the design process, thus saving money and other valuable resources during project construction.
Back over at Skolkovo, one of its backed companies, 3D visualization company Vizerra, has developed Revizto, a software platform that allows users to create and view interactive 3D worlds. It helps architects, engineers and planners collaborate in city planning, industrial product design and virtual tourism industries.
In many cases, the software used by urban planners and architects is nearly as complex as urban planning itself—especially for owners and operators of the project, who may not have design backgrounds. However, unlike the old, manual method of sorting though multiple layouts and blueprints, today’s 3-D software ensures urban planners’ visions are construction-ready and complete with highly detailed data.
IT start-up is Vizerra , a company that has created a software platform for architects, engineers and designers to build in 3D models, recently released its disruptive product Revizto at the Autodesk University Show in Las Vegas.
Arman Gukasyan, chief executive of Vizerra, explains how the technology he is building will leverage virtual reality for useful real-world purposes.
Arman Gukaysan is the CEO of Vizerra, a cloud-based 3D collaboration company that is helping architects and engineers transform the sustainability of cities. He has lived, worked and been educated in Armenia, Russia, Switzerland, the US and France and represents the new face of Russian entrepreneurs that are opening up to the rest of the world. Full interview is available at Daily Telegraph...
The successful experience of such giants as Facebook, Google and Yahoo! implies there are only two things which are sufficient to build a world famous corporation. one is a bright idea and the other is a modest investment. This is what happened to VIZERRA, which in only three years became an internationally respected company, winning multimillion-dollar contracts.
As we've mentioned previously, Russia Today TV crew came to our office in Moscow in April to film the VIZERRA technology and its products for the Technology Update show. Last week RT television featured this episode.
Russian 3D software creator Vizerra raised $6 million last week in its first round of funding. The finances came primarily from venture firm Solway Investment Group, which focuses on Central and Eastern Europe investments.
Start-up companies descended on Santa Clara, Calif. this week for DEMO, a conference that gives emerging companies a platform to show off the «next big thing» — presenters have six minutes in the ballroom to convince the masses, as well as some one-on-one time in the ballroom. What technologies caught our eye?