From Revit to Facebook, Fast

Now, more than ever, it’s become essential for people to  virtually share and explore 3D models in ways that are simple and accessible to the average person, using everyday technology they already own — like smartphones, tablets and the internet. With rvt2skp and Kubity, you get to instantly showcase your work anywhere, on any device.…

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From SketchUp to Facebook, in Seconds

Now, more than ever, it’s become essential for people to  virtually share and explore 3D models in ways that are simple and accessible to the average person, using everyday technology they already own — like smartphones, tablets and the internet. With Kubity, you get to instantly showcase your work anywhere, on any device. 🔗  Take…

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From Revit to YouTube, in Just 3 Clicks

Today’s clients demand more than simple 2D plans and basic 3D designs. To engage imaginations and sell ideas, the vision must come alive in a way that goes beyond ordinary expectations. Research shows that video is the best way to grab attention and make concepts fully understood. But photorealistic flythrough videos usually require powerful CPUs…

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From SketchUp to YouTube, with Just One Drop

Today’s clients demand more than simple 2D plans and basic 3D designs. To engage imaginations and sell ideas, the vision must come alive in a way that goes beyond ordinary expectations. Research shows that video is the best way to grab attention and make concepts fully understood. But photorealistic flythrough videos usually require powerful CPUs…

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Render Me This. Or Not.

We introduced automatic photorealistic rendering as a way to speed up workflows for 3D professionals and give hobby users or smaller agencies with less performant hardware a way to access rendering for their 3D projects. Kubity sends your models to our own servers for rendering with results streamed back in real-time. So no matter where…

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Architecture is like writing. You have to edit it over and over so it looks effortless.
ZAHA HADID

Architecture is a visual art and the buildings speak for themselves.
JULIA MORGAN