Visual Technology Services rolls out updated PDF3D

January 24, 2008


Visual Technology Services has upgraded its PDF3D technology adding dynamic 3D labels for easier model annotation as well as enabling scenes to include novel 3D TrueType annotation labels and variable transparent textures.

Ian Curington, CEO of Visual Technology Services Ltd., said the version specifically addressed features requested by ISVs and application developers.

"PDF3D models can now include 3Dlabel annotations; users can rotate, zoom, pan, set transparency, explore and review analysis results on 3D models all within a PowerPoint presentation," said Curington.

Users of PowerPoint can now actually include 3D PDF interactive documents shown within a live PowerPoint presentation.

PDF3D is a division of Visual Technology Services Ltd., and more information on the latest upgrade can be found at the company web site.

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