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  1. KOKORO Graphics. Private Limited Updated

    Shailesh Kanchan
    Mumbai ( Bombay ), INDIA

    http://www.kokorographics.com
    skanchan@kokorographics.com


    KOKORO Graphics. Pvt. Ltd. (KGPL)
    a visualization solutions provider firm based in Mumbai, India. KGPL has been serving the architectural visualization industry for over 14yrs. Our firm predominantly uses Form•Z Renderzone Plus for modeling / rendering & animation.

    In INDIA as a company we own the max user licenses of Form•Z & the only one's using it as a full package production tool. It gives our projects a cutting edge when it come to incorporating design changes.

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  2. Los Angeles Times Updated

    Los Angeles, California

    http://www.latimes.com/
    matt.moody@latimes.com


    "These two images are both informational graphics that I did in form•Z and, after rendering in RenderZone, brought them into Photoshop for minor detail work and color correction. I then took them into Macromedia Freehand where they were assembled with text and headlines for placement in newspaper layouts. I have found form•Z to be a very strong program, once you learn how to use it, which may take some time. For certain projects the results are faster and by far superior to what I can do in Freehand and Photoshop, our main graphic tools here at The Times. The flexibility to reuse a graphic, such as the Kursk submarine, is an important element that a 3D modeling program offers. At a newspaper this is crucial since stories often evolve over time. The ability to reuse a graphic element from a different angle or at a different size is important."
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  3. Luminova Updated

    Melbourne, Australia

    http://www.luminova.com.au

    "Luminova is an international company specializing in rapid 3D modeling for product development, building, retail and manufacturing businesses. We provide this technology with an innovative, PC based, approach to visual communication. No other virtual reality company has our unique blend of software, expertise and modeling skills, which enables us to deliver the speed, flexibility, cost effectiveness, and rapid manipulation of the scene elements to provide quality results within the given time frame. We do this by taking sketches, diagrams, product literature or data sheets, CAD/CAM files, or photographs and by using highly advanced modeling and rendering systems with our extensive in-house library of objects, we very quickly create large and highly detailed photo-realistic scenes. We can then link this output to a business simulation system to instantly view different operating conditions that totally transforms the understanding and communication needs of an organization. Wherever there is a need to evaluate or communicate new ideas, concepts or processes to a client, prospect, end user or management team, Luminova can truly give an unparalleled competitive advantage with this very powerful communication and decision making tool."
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  4. Lum Design Associates Updated

    Irvine, California

    http://www.lumdesign.com
    adamlda@earthlink.net


    "Lum Design Associates is a full service, award winning, industrial design firm with extensive experience in developing consumer electronics, medical products, housewares, tools, and packaging. Our development process includes market research, human factors, sketching, 3D rendering, engineering, and mock-up prototyping. Prior to investing in an expensive prototype, the 3D rendering phase is where we utilize form•Z the most. When it comes time to present our ideas to the client we need true to life realism and software that can deliver this in short order. As designers, we have always preferred Macintosh computers and we find form•Z's features and performance top notch."

    All models rendered in form•Z renderZone.
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  5. Lorensson, Ulf Updated

    Sollentuna, Sweden

    http://www.lorensson.se
    lorensson@bredband.net


    "form•Z has become a rather important tool in my work of creating and visualizing sculptures, public decoration works, and exhibition plans. For example, form•Z proved an effective tool in calculating the stability and floating capacity of "Heureka", a steel sculpture that was permanently installed in a lake last year. form•Z and computer work in general has fascinated me for some time now. As a sculptor with a rather classical education at The Royal Academy in Stockholm of the seventies, I realize now how very important and inspiring form•Z is as a complement tool in my work." - Ulf Lorensson
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  6. Leuck, Lynn Updated

    Lynn Leuck
    Dallas, TX

    designillustration@sbcglobal.net


    I am a freelance artist specializing in product prototyping and visualization.
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  7. Lee, Albert Updated

    San Diego

    al@albertclee.com


    BA in economics from University of California San Diego

    Master of Architecture from the Newschool of Architecture.

    Working in a studio environment, I use form•Z in all aspects of design, from space analysis, schematic design, to finished rendering. It not helps the client to understand a drawing better, but it also helps in the realization of forms. I don't just use form•Z when a project has a budget for it, but even when there is no budget for it, I will use on my own time to help me be a better designer.
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  8. Lawford Exhibits Ltd. Updated

    Christopher Martin
    Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

    http://www.lawfordexhibits.com

    "Lawford International has been in operation since 1984. We now boast a wide range of multinational clients and guarentee our customers a first class design and project anywhere in the world. Design requirements have reached a highly sophisticated level, so with the ease of use that form•Z has we are able to create and design with no trouble at all. form•Z can translate ideas that would be impossible to do with pen and paper."
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  9. Knoll, John Updated

    John Knoll (born 1962) is an Academy-award winning Visual Effects Supervisor at Industrial Light and Magic (ILM). One of the original creators of Adobe Photoshop (along with his brother, Thomas), he is recently best known for his work as Visual Effects Supervisor on the Star Wars prequels and the 1997 special editions of the original trilogy. He also served as ILM's visual effects supervisor for Star Trek Generations and Star Trek: First Contact, as well as the Pirates of the Caribbean series.
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  10. Kisselbach, Michael Updated

    Wiesbaden, Germany


    "Thanks for your good work on form•Z!!"
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  11. Kingswood Studio Updated

    Rick Blakey
    Manchester, England

    http://www.kingswoodillustration.co.uk
    rick@kingswoodillustration.co.uk


    “I am a freelance illustrator working mainly in Advertising. I have been working as such for more years than I can remember, originally producing airbrush and line technical illustrations by hand and latterly by computer. I dabbled with a few 3D programmes without much enthusiasm before I discovered form•Z. I tried a demo version and actually said “wow” on seeing the first render - what the subject was I don’t remember, a chrome sphere I expect- since then I haven’t looked back!
    I confess I employ form•Z a great deal more than I anticipated, using it for product concepts, exhibition stands, architectural work and general all round illustration work. I often use it in preference to sketching by hand for many perspectives and objects, using the wireframe/hidden line image as a basis for Adobe Illustrator vector work. Surprisingly I have learnt a lot from the renders it creates and find I am able to produce illustrations in 2D packages with more realism than before. Alongside Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop it is now an ‘essential piece of kit’ in my graphic toolbox. During any spare time at work I try to have a personal 3D project in progress, more often than not of used/dirty subjects which I find more challenging and a change from the clean shiny examples which my clients normally require.”
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  12. Karlsberger Companies Updated

    Columbus, Ohio

    http://www.karlsberger.com
    columbus@karlsberger.com


    Joe Kuspan and Tom Brosovick, design
    Jonathon Harris, modeling and rendering

    This study was used as a design tool in the development of a proposed restaurant space. The project emphasizes a strong gateway, which can be closed off by large rotating gates at the bar, an entry water feature, and various movable art glass wall panels for sound deflection. The space was designed with areas of changing grade, curved sound dampening panels above and large wine storage bays of glass.

    Modeled and rendered in form•Z RenderZone; adjusted with Photoshop.
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  13. Los Angeles Times

    Los Angeles, California

    http://www.latimes.com/
    matt.moody@latimes.com


    "These two images are both informational graphics that I did in form•Z and, after rendering in RenderZone, brought them into Photoshop for minor detail work and color correction. I then took them into Macromedia Freehand where they were assembled with text and headlines for placement in newspaper layouts. I have found form•Z to be a very strong program, once you learn how to use it, which may take some time. For certain projects the results are faster and by far superior to what I can do in Freehand and Photoshop, our main graphic tools here at The Times. The flexibility to reuse a graphic, such as the Kursk submarine, is an important element that a 3D modeling program offers. At a newspaper this is crucial since stories often evolve over time. The ability to reuse a graphic element from a different angle or at a different size is important."
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