Published on October 20, 2020, by VNTANA

Industry leader in 3D automation workflows will offer a free version of 3D Collaboration Platform to assist designers in the retail industry hit hard by COVID-19

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 20, 2020) – VNTANA, the industry leader in 3D automation software, together with Browzwear, the leader in 3D fashion design software, today announced the launch of VNTANA’s new 3D Collaboration Platform for freelance designers that allows them to create shareable 3D web versions of their Browzwear designs for free. This enables fashion designers to easily share their designs in 3D, get feedback and distribute their 3D designs across all eCommerce, social media and advertising platforms.

The VNTANA platform is completely free to freelance designers and allows them to reduce the file size of their Browzwear designs by more than 95% while maintaining fidelity, making them light enough to embed on websites like Behance or Artstation. The platform also generates a sharable link and QR code to make sharing easy. Designers will also have access to annotation and commenting tools so brands and manufacturers can leave feedback directly on 3D models, removing the need for screenshots and back and forth emails, saving them time.

“Our mission is to democratize 3D by making it accessible to designers, marketers, product developers and consumers regardless of their experience with 3D,” said Ashley Crowder, CEO and Co-Founder of VNTANA. “Our team wanted to give back during this tough time for the industry and thought giving 3D fashion designers our software for free was a great first step.”

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“The acceleration of digital presentations during physical lockdown has dominated fashion news in recent weeks, but a partnership between Adobe Substance and Browzwear is a game changer in terms of simplifying the garment design and production pipeline. It’s a partnership that leverages the powerful textile design tools of Adobe Substance within Browzwear’s 3D digital garment sampling solution that replaces physical prototypes with digital ones, without loss of garment accuracy and integrity in the final physical product. In short, this solution is eliminating physical print iterations for dozens of U.S. and European brands manufacturing in the Far East who are battling with Covid-19 challenges.”

Read the full story, by Brooke Roberts-Islam here