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  • Piranesi for Mac - using Piranesi to create detail presentation for clients with persuasive visualizations of 3D models, Novedge (seller of Piranesi), Dec 2008

  • Multimedia and Presentation Tools for AEC - 3D visualization software reviewed: Google SketchUp Pro 6, Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Premium, Autodesk Impression, VIZ 2008, 3ds Max 9, Freewheel, ArchVision's RPC, Piranesi 5, H. Edward Goldberg of AIA, Cadalyst, July 1, 2007 (more SketchUp reviews, PhotoShop reviews, Adobe Acrobat reviews, Autodesk Impression features, Autodesk VIZ reviews, 3ds max reviews, ArchVision reviews, Piranesi reviews)

  • Light It Up - visualization software reviewed: AliasStudio 2008, TrueSpace 7.5 with V-Ray 1.5, Piranesi 5, Modo 203, LightWave 3D v9, IRender and IRender Plus, AccuRender 4, Rhinoceros 4, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, July 1, 2007 (more StudioTools reviews, TrueSpace reviews, Piranesi reviews, LightWave reviews, AccuRender reviews, Rhinoceros reviews)

  • Mastering Piranesi - Bonnie Roskes's well-written guide for new and expert users of rendering and visualization software Piranesi 4 is highly recommended by Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, July 10, 2006

  • Digital Multimedia and Presentation Trends - AEC market grows as companies like Autodesk, Adobe and Google acquire important AEC software; other products include Wacom's new Cintiq 21UX interactive pen display, Informatix Piranesi 4, and Xara Xtreme, H. Edward Goldberg of AIA, Cadalyst, June 1, 2006 (more Autodesk Combustion reviews, Adobe features, more SketchUp reviews, Piranesi reviews)

  • Multimedia Presentation Trends - presentation software like SketchUp 5, Adobe Photoshop, Informatix Piranesi 4, Autodesk 3ds max, and Autodesk VIZ 6, are putting AEC and engineering companies on the cutting edge, H. Edward Goldberg, Cadalyst AEC, October 1, 2005

  • Visualization 2005 - Virtual Visions - a look at various visualization software packages, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst Manufacturing, August 1, 2005

  • Piranesi Review - now in version 4, Piranesi is specifically tailored to and targeted at the needs of the architectural illustrator; it's not a replacement for other rendering software, but does stand out in its class, Susan Sorger, American Society of Architectural Illustrators, December 8, 2004

  • Piranesi 4 - the new version of this visualization tool offers more than 100 enhancements yet retains the product's clarity and ease of use, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, November 17, 2004

  • Informatix Piranesi 4 - with its unique approach to bridging the worlds of 3D modeling and bitmap painting, Piranesi remains a one of a kind, immensely productive and creative product, Tom Arah, PC Pro, January 2005
  • Piranesi 4 - looks at the new version of the architectural rendering application that lets you take a plain, computer-generated 3D scene or 2D drawing and transform it into a sophisticated rendering in varied styles reflecting different moods, Lachmi Khemlani, AECbytes, October 20, 2004
  • Visualize This! - reviews of rendering and visualization software: ImageStudio 1.0, StudioTools 11, Autodesk VIZ 2005, form*Z, Piranesi 3, NuGraf Rendering System, AccuRender 3 and 4 and Rhino 3, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, August 16, 2004
  • Piranesi 4 Coming Soon - Piranesi is hard to describe but produces very realistic images with relative ease, Joel Orr, CADwire.net, July 28, 2004
  • Piranesi 3 - for those looking for a more painterly approach to rendering or the chance to develop a special style of rendering all your own, Piranesi is a must-have program to add to your digital workflow, Anthony Frausto-Robledo, Architosh, May 6, 2004
  • Informatix Piranesi 3 - neither an intuitive nor easy-to-master application, Piranesi does break new ground and provide new power in producing realistic or artistic 3D scenes, Tom Arah, PC Pro, July 2003
  • Picture This: SketchUp 2.1 and Piranesi 3 - SketchUp offers an easy-to-use and powerful conceptual design tool and an ideal complement to the special 3D painting qualities of Piranesi - and both belong in every designer's toolkit, Jerry Laiserin, The LaiserinLetter, September 2002
  • Artistic License - Piranesi is an ideal rendering tool for communicating design concepts early on in the design process, Greg Corke, CADserver, November 2002
  • Piranesi 3 - architectural rendering tool transforms plain, computer-generated 3D scenes or 2D drawings into sophisticated renderings with an extensive library of textures for architectural surfaces, Lachmi Khemlani, CADENCE, November 2002
  • Architectural Renderings with Piranesi - sort of like Adobe Photoshop customized for architectural renderings, Piranesi is an excellent tool that enables architects to create their own rendered perspectives for conceptual designs, Lachmi Khemlani, CADENCE AEC Tech News #79 (August 20, 2002)
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