BeLight Software has released Live Home 3D 3.1, adding the capability to export to 360° Video, Stereo 3D Video, and Stereo 3D 360° Video, all of which that can be viewed in virtual reality (VR) devices like Google Cardboard and Daydream (see “On the iPhone, Virtual Reality Is Unofficially Real,” 17 June 2016). The home design software also adds support for the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro, fixes some issues with auto image representations, adds support for SketchUp 2017 models, brings a new way of marking room area on a floor plan, and enables you to share videos to Vimeo. The Pro edition (offering more tools and output options, and available for $69.99) includes the same changes and adds the capability to arrange furniture in the 2D Elevation View. ($29.99 new, free update, 278 MB, release notes, 10.9+)
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