What a way to begin Friday!
It was just few weeks ago when I received a phone call from Aristides Loukrezis. Hadn't heard his name before, but I immediately realized that a very interesting guy was on the other end of the line.
He runs a small company that creates 3D printed architectural models (maquettes). His family knows the job very well: they are in the business for almost three decades and they use some really expensive machines to produce very sophisticated results.
One of the toughest tasks in his job is to represent the environment and terrain morphology, so it gives the exact look and feel of the projects' area in the final 3D printed models.
He was asking for more details on how he could use Plex.Earth in his projects.
Yesterday, he called me again. He had been very busy lately, but finally found some time to come to our offices and show us his work. He brought together some tiles from the complete model (which is the size of a big table), as you can see in the image below.
He told us that Plex
We had the chance to show him the new version of Plex
So, yes, finally it’s a fact: we can touch, feel and smell Plex
We are very interested to see how you touch, feel and smell Plex