- Architosh Staff ([email protected])
- 9 July 2001
MacCAD: Free SPOTLIGHT Training by Nemetschek
Architosh Press Report: Nemetschek North America and Big Apple Lights Offer Free VectorWorks SPOTLIGHT Training
Free SPOTLIGHT Training
Columbia, Maryland (June 27, 2001)" Nemetschek North America announced today that it is partnering with Big Apple Lights, the only full service theatrical lighting rental shop in New York City, to host a series of free VectorWorks SPOTLIGHT classes. SPOTLIGHT is part of the VectorWorks Industry Series, and is geared towards professionals in the field of entertainment design. These classes are being offered to educate lighting professionals on the benefits of CAD technology over traditional pencil drafting. The classes will be held at Fordham University's Lincoln Center Campus and will consist of two half-day classes and four 2-hour introductory classes. The classes are free and open to anyone.
The first seminar is a half-day VectorWorks Training for Technical Production and will be held July 19 at 9:00 am and July 20 at 2:30 pm. This intensive, hands-on seminar provides fundamental training using VectorWorks for technical production. Attendees will be taught how to re-think pencil drafting techniques, and design on-screen with two-dimensional drafting and three-dimensional modeling tools. Users will create a simple design complete with finished floor plans, and a 3D model. Frank Brault of Nemetschek North America teaches this course.
The second seminar is an Introduction to VectorWorks SPOTLIGHT for Lighting Professionals, which will be held July 19 at 2:00 pm and 4:30 pm, and July 20 at 9:00 am and 11:30 am. This hands-on tutorial provides an introduction to using VectorWorks SPOTLIGHT to create lighting plots. Attendees will learn how to create a simple light plot - complete with paperwork, Magic Sheets, a rendered 3D presentation including gobo projections and animated scene changes. They will also learn how to effortlessly exchange data with Lightwright˙. Frank Brault of Nemetschek North America also teaches this course.
Seating is limited. Interested persons can register today by calling 212-226-0925, or e-mailing [email protected].
Nemetschek North America (formerly Diehl Graphsoft) is a wholly owned subsidiary of European software giant Nemetschek AG. A global leader in design technologies, Nemetschek N.A. has developed CAD software for the personal computer since 1985. VectorWorks, our flagship product, is one of the world's best selling CAD products and is available in over 85 countries and is translated in 14 languages. The VectorWorks Industry Series is a line of products designed specifically to meet the needs of designers in the fields of AEC, entertainment and landscape design. For more information, visit, www.nemetschek.net
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