PixelFLEX™ reported that it has joined the Vectorworks, Inc. software content community. Beginning in March, the design images, symbols, and specifications for the FLEXCurtain HD, FLEXTour, FLEXLite Plus video solutions, including accessories, will be available for download in all Vectorworks CAD and BIM design programs.
“As we have continued to expand our LED video solutions into a multitude of different markets, it has become imperative that we provide designers with the tools necessary to quickly complete their designs,” said Jon Chavez, technical director at PixelFLEX. “We have been very fortunate to have many talented professionals incorporate our solutions into their design portfolios, and our partnership with Vectorworks will only allow them to further their creativity.”
PixelFLEX is a Nashville, Tennessee-based LED display solution provider. Working with architects, designers, engineers and consultants, PixelFLEX says that its LED video solutions can create a unique design for any tour, live event or permanent installation. And the latest updates of the Vectorworks design software will include specifications, images, and symbols of PixelFLEX FLEXTour, FLEXLite Plus, and FLEXCurtain HD and acessories.
The global design and BIM software developer for the architecture, landscape, and entertainment industries offers 2D and 3D cross-platform software that reportedly allows designers to construct data-rich, visual models and the software lets designers collaborate efficiently throughout a project life-cycle.
“LED video walls are arguably the fastest growing part of the live event world,” said Chris Baccala, content development manager at Vectorworks. “This partnership with PixelFLEX will give Vectorworks users a massive advantage in accuracy, speed and flexibility in designing events and installs, as well as retail and hospitality projects.”
Vectorworks says this content is exclusively available to its Service Select members now, and the company intends to rollout the content to all users in the company’s 2019 software scheduled for release this fall.