Nanolumens creates NanoDesigner tool for design community

Nanolumens has developed a new online tool for the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry and AV designers.

Nanolumens’ new NanoDesigner Room Configurator Tool offers a way to visualise and develop the scope and scale of a project and deliver the necessary files for a construction bid all at one time. The tool saves engineering time and can create a fully exportable package that includes spec sheets, array configuration details with BOM and accompanying diagrams. 

“We heard from architects and our AV design partners that existing visualisation tools work for visualisation and renderings, however they generate a duplication of work as they need to build the displays into their projects. With that in mind we developed our visualizer with a fundamental change. In the NanoDesigner dashboard, you begin by selecting an environment, choosing your display model, then choosing the dimensions to configure various options using the wall dimension fields. Easily move the display around the environment to see how it will look in your space. This is the configurator we are all used to but there is one essential difference; once you’ve got a preferred design, you can then select a desired file output. Therefore, in addition to specifications, images, and pdfs, volumetric engineering models like Revit and AutoCAD, or other file formats are output that can be easily dropped into original designs. Armed with all this data, you can design freely with this intuitive tool, and with our products you can curve, and flex to meet any architecturally integrated design,” says Brice McPheeters, VP, product and planning, Nanolumens.

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