Beaverton, Ore. - E-on software, maker of Vue, announced the Open Beta of Vue 7 Pioneer is available for download, free of charge.
Users of the Free Vue 7 Pioneer Open Beta will get a full license of Vue 7 Pioneer when it is released, at no additional cost. Pre-release versions of Vue 7 Esprit, Vue 7 Pro Studio, and Vue 7 Complete are also available for purchase from e-on software.
Vue 7 Pioneer will be published by Cornucopia3D, a division of e-on software, as a 32-bit and 64-bit application. Newcomers to 3D and casual artists will find in Vue 7 Pioneer all the landscape-creation tools they need to create and render amazing images of their own 3D worlds.
Access to the Open Beta if free to everyone, Vue user or not. A Cornucopia3D account is required to activate the product. Vue 7 Pioneer can be extended with 12 optional modules that add specific functionality to the base product. Thanks to this modular approach, users can progressively upgrade all the way from Pioneer up to Complete. Esprit, Pro Studio, and Complete represent pre-bundled, cost-effective alternatives to the modular approach of Pioneer.
All 12 modules for Vue 7 are available from the Cornucopia3D online store. Modules purchased for the Open Beta will work with the final release of Vue 7 Pioneer.
The Vue 7 Pioneer Open Beta, as well as Vue 7 Esprit, Pro Studio, andComplete pre-releases are available in English for Windows XP/Vista as a 32- and 64-bit application, and on Mac OSX 10.4+ as Universal Binary.
Vue 7 Esprit retails at $199, Vue 7 Pro Studio at $399, and Vue 7 Complete at $599. The pre-release versions of these products are immediately available, as well as upgrades/sidegrades from Vue 6.