Luxology Releases Educational Site License for modo

Category: Student/School News
San Mateo, Calif. - Luxology LLC, an independent technology company developing next-generation 3D content creation software, announced a new educational site license program that allows schools and training institutions to implement modo’s modeling, painting, and rendering software throughout a learning facility.

Available for a set annual subscription fee of $4500, the site license program ensures that schools always have the latest version of modo, and lets educational organizations deploy an unlimited number of modo licenses across both Macs and PCs.     
“This offer is not only a great value, it also means that schools have the freedom of installing modo anywhere without having to track each installation,” says Immanuel Martin, sales manager at Luxology. “The annual subscription is something schools have been requesting as it enables continuous access to all updates that are released within the annual school term, and it fits easily into the educational system’s budgetary processes.”    
modo 3D modeling, painting, and rendering software is designed to accelerate the creation of world-class models, associated color and normal maps, and ultra high-quality renderings. modo is well suited to 3D artists working in a variety of disciplines, including product design, architectural visualization, packaging design, and a variety of entertainment industries.
An annual site license for modo is priced at $4500 and available immediately. Technical support is offered through the active modo user forum.

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