DaVinci Designer is a complement to Photoshop, InDesign and other editing programs, but none of the existing tools provide a 3D visualization of your design in real-time.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 16, 2016
In honor of International Print Day on Oct. 19, DaVinci Designer, developed by Opensoft Inc., will be donating its award-winning online design tool and 3D proofer to a select number of design institutes across the U.S.
For 24 hours, International Print Day will host an open global knowledge share through social media on topics ranging from digital and inkjet printing; bindery and finishing; wide format packaging; and marketing technology. This year’s theme, #PrintSmart, aims to share education and resources with graphic arts programs to promote the relevance of print in the digital age.
Graphic design students specializing in product and packaging design, for example, can instantly visualize and animate flat 2D designs in 3D with 360-degree rotation through the web-to-print tool.
“DaVinci Designer is a complement to Photoshop, InDesign and other editing programs, but none of the existing tools provide a 3D visualization of your design in real-time,” explained Jeff Aragon, director of sales, DaVinci Designer.
Valued at $100,000, the DaVinci software will show students the immediate impact of the folds and dielines on a package design to guide their knowledge and understanding of packaging science without needing to produce a printed proof.
Join the Twitter discussion on International Print Day, Oct. 19, at #IPD16.
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About DaVinci Designer
DaVinci Designer is a wholly owned subsidiary of Opensoft Inc., located in Las Vegas, Nev. Opensoft Inc. has advanced technologies for the print industry and extensive experience in developing print software for managing print processes at every stage of selling, manufacturing and fulfillment.