San Mateo, Calif. – Luxology® LLC announces the immediate availability of “MP3 Player: Rapid Visualization and Prototyping,” a new video album that demonstrates how modo® 302’s robust toolset can be used to complement and enhance the product design process. Created by Luxology’s Training Division Director, Andy Brown, this training series offers step-by-step instruction on rapidly giving form to design concepts using Subdivision surfaces in modo. The video album also covers the process of preparing a model for 3D printing and creation of final presentation images. For more information or to purchase, please visit http://www.luxology.com/store/training_series12.aspx.
Product visualization and design requires continuous revision and Brown’s latest tutorial series demonstrates how modo can be used effectively at the ideation phase of the design process. With a portable MP3 player as the subject matter, this three-part video series covers the following topics: Sketching in 3D, Subdivision Surface Modeling for Rapid Prototyping, and Adding Colors and Context. A physical prototype of the MP3 player was produced using a Z Corp 3D printer during the development of this video album.
Luxology’s Training Division was formed over a year ago in an effort to answer the growing demand for high-quality learning materials for both novice and experienced 3D modo artists. Since its formation, there has been a continual flow of professional quality training materials on a variety of real-world topics. A typical video album from Luxology is priced at USD $25 and provides approximately 90 minutes of instruction and sample content. Each video is downloadable for immediate viewing and is formatted for playback on Mac and PC systems.