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2012 Jul 27



Exciting changes at Objects Online!

During an election year, there is always a heightened sense that change is in the air. We may not know which way the winds will blow, but when we participate, we become part of a change process that keeps things vibrant, healthy, and renewed. Here at Objects Online, we are also undergoing some exciting changes this year, and your input can make a difference.

In April of this year, Objects Online became a BIMobject franchise. Our goal at BIMobject is to close the gaps that often exist between building product manufacturers and architects by offering a portal where thousands of high-quality information-rich manufacturers' BIM objects can be downloaded in a variety of BIM formats, at no cost to the end user. Furthermore, we are actively developing solutions to bring the portal to you, directly within your BIM software, allowing you to skip the trip to the website...smart, fast, and easy! Sound good?

This is a departure from the original Objects Online business model, where our customers visited our website and paid for the content they downloaded. We believe the BIMobject approach is a better way to serve the industry we know and love, providing a win-win for both architects and manufacturers. As a result, we have decided to discontinue all existing CAD and BIM-related object sales on Objects Online, effective August 1, 2012. We will be rolling out a completely new, streamlined website soon that will continue to focus on the Artlantis product family, while bringing you important news and information regarding the offerings from BIMobject.

Here's where your input can help. There are thousands of manufacturers out there, and we want to know which market segments and manufacturers are most important to you. If there are manufacturers you specify regularly, do they currently have BIM objects? Could their BIM catalog be improved or more fully developed? How would you rate the quality of the accompanying information? What source(s) do you use when searching for and specifying a product? Do you have contacts in or related to the building manufacturing industry who you feel we should be talking to? These are just a few conversation starters...feel free to elaborate. You can participate in our survey or contact us directly, but the important thing to take from all this is that we want to hear from you. We appreciate your loyal support of Objects Online over the past 15 years, and we want to continue to serve you for the next 15 years and beyond in ways that meet or exceed all of your expectations!

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2012 Jul 04



We the People Promo...A Popular Uprising

The popular uprising has begun. The people have taken to the streets, and they're on sale! No, this is not some vulgar red light district sale. This is a red, white and blue special. From July 4 through August 15, you can take home one or more selected collections of Artlantis Animated 3D People for a great price.

In order to keep the peace, we are pleased to offer you a savings of $17.76 on each of the selected Artlantis Animated 3D People volumes. Since no tea party is complete without cream and sugar, we're sweetening the deal by offering an additional 5% discount if you purchase all 3 collections in one order.

We the People Product Pricing and Ordering

Preview Animated 3D People Business 1

Preview Animated 3D People Casual 6

Preview Animated 3D People Workers 1

The coupon code for this promo is: people+5%

2012 Apr 02



Spring has sprung at Objects Online!

Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog of Gobbler's Knob predicted a long winter this year. The weather is finally starting to warm up, flowers are in bloom, and butterflies fill the air. This means Spring has sprung and it's time for you to spring into action.

We've got four of the Artlantis plant media volumes on sale through May 14, 2012: 3D Pines & Conifers, Asian Trees, Exterior Plants 1 and Exterior Plants 2. These sets have various species of plants at various stages of growth.

The 3D Pines & Conifers volume includes 24 photo-realistic 3D models of trees. The 3D Asian Trees volume includes 20 photo-realistic 3D models of trees. The objects on both of these volumes are created from Bionatics seeds.

The Exterior 3D Plants 1 volume consists of 95 photo-realistic close-up capable 3D plants. The plants are adjusted automatically in their development of leaves (color, amount, size.) The Exterior 3D Plants 2 volume consists of 185 photo-realistic plants and trees. The plants have various stages of growth, starting from seedlings to fully grown plants. This volume contains a choice of plants from different latitudes.

Spring has Sprung Pricing and Ordering

Preview 3D Pines and Conifers

Preview 3D Asian Trees

Preview Exterior 3D Plants 1

Preview Exterior 3D Plants 2

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2012 Feb 15



Daytona Discount Days at Objects Online

The roar of the engines. The smell of gasoline and scorched rubber. It can only mean one thing...and before you say it, no, the police aren't chasing us again. It's Daytona Discount Days! That time of year when you can get 3D cars for Artlantis at a great, no-haggle discounted price. That's right! The price you see is the price you pay. If you've been telling yourself that your renderings need a new set of wheels, now is the time to take action.

We've got two of the new volumes for Artlantis 4 on sale: 3D Cars 2010 Asia and 3D Cars 2010 Europe. These sets have cars from the major players on both continents...Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, Audi, Jaguar, Mercedes, Renault, Saab, Volkswagen, and many more. The vehicles are represented in stunning detail, optimized and able to take advantage of Artlantis 4's new Fresnel shader made especially for metallic car bodies.

For those of you out there who rock to the world beat, we've also got 3D Cars 2007 on sale. This collection features popular vehicles of car manufacturers from around the world, including Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Audi, Ford, Jeep, Land Rover, Lexus, Mercedes, Opel, Peugeot, Pontiac, Saab, Skoda, and Toyota. All of them peacefully co-existing in one virtual showroom and compatible with Artlantis 2 or higher. If you don't have this collection, you need it!

And because we're starting this sale the day after Valentine's Day, we're showing you the love by discounting new and additional licenses of Artlantis Render 10%, now through the end of March 2012. Like a fine-tuned street machine, Artlantis perfectly balances ease-of-use and rendering speed. Take the 30-day demo for a spin and see what we mean.

Daytona Discount Days Pricing and Ordering

Preview 3D Cars 2010 Asia

Preview 3D Cars 2010 Europe

Preview 3D Cars 2007

Download the Artlantis 30-day Demo

2012 Jan 13



New Years High-Resolution Sale at Objects Online

Do you use billboards in your Artlantis renderings? If you don't, or are unfamiliar with what a billboard is, read on to learn how billboards might benefit you.

Billboards are flat 2D objects, usually positioned in an upright or "standing" orientation, onto which photos or textures are mapped. An alpha channel is often used to remove an unwanted background from the billboard's photo.

Billboards offer the benefit of allowing you to place photo-realistic objects (in this case, people) into a scene without the downside of adding hundreds or thousands of polygons to the rendering calculations, since a billboard is composed of only one rectangular polygon. The result? Fast renderings without any sacrifice in image quality.

If you've resolved to create better renderings in 2012, you'll want these high-resolution billboards. From now until February 14, 2012, Artlantis Shopping & Travel Billboards volumes 1 & 2 are on sale at 10% off. We're also discounting the 2-pack bundle. Take advantage of this offer to expand your media collection today!

Preview Shopping & Travel Billboard Volume 1

Preview Shopping & Travel Billboard Volume 2

New Years High-Resolution Sale Pricing & Ordering

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