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  • NextSpace gets investment boost

    ICE Angels, a group of Auckland-based early-stage investors, has invested an undisclosed amount into 3D visualisation company Nextspace, the organisations announced today.

  • Right Hemisphere extends partnership with SAP

    Auckland 3-D software firm Right Hemisphere says a partnership with SAP will increase its exposure to customers of the enterprise software giant "a hundredfold".
    SAP will include Right Hemisphere's software in its complex assembly manufacturing solution, so firms can view and share 3-D models of complicated manufacturing processes.
    Right Hemisphere already counts among its customers Boeing, which uses its software to train aircraft mechanics, Chrysler and jet manufacturer Gulfstream.
    Mark Thomas, president of Right Hemisphere, says SAP previously incorporated its technology only in its product lifecycle management software.
    "We've gone from impacting hundreds of SAP customers to thousands of SAP customers. We're helping bring this 3-D visual communication into the mainstream," he says.
    Read more at Computerworld.

  • Right Hemisphere joins PLM Alliance

    Right Hemisphere, developer of visual product communication and collaboration software, has boosted its presence in the product lifecycle management space by joining the PLM Alliance.

  • Nextspace inks tertiary 3D deal

    3D visualisation consultancy Nextspace has signed agreements with three tertiary institutes providing students and lecturers with access to 3D software from Right Hemisphere and Esperient.

  • Nextspace aims for $1 billion Kiwi 3D industry

    Nextspace, a 3D visualisation industry consultancy founded by 3D graphics software company Right Hemisphere, has set itself an ambitious goal. The organisation, which officially opened its doors in February, aims to create a $1 billion visual communications industry in New Zealand over the next 10 years.