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Nextspace signs disty deal with Esperient

Nextspace signs disty deal with Esperient

Auckland-based 3D visualisation company Nextspace has signed an exclusive deal with US company Esperient to distribute its software range.

Esperient Creator is a visual computing product that combines 3D visual computing with internet connectivity. Normally costing $750 a copy, not-for-profit Nextspace can offer the software at a large discount to the education sector.

According to a statement, students at AUT, Massey and Otago universites are already using Esperient Creator for a wide variety of uses including architectural visualisation and product design.

In a statement Nextspace CEO Gavin Lennox says the deal will empower businesses to become early adopters of 3D technology.

“When Nextspace was created we recognised that it was vital to be able to offer something as tangible as financial discounts on world-leading technology,” he says.


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