Webinar: What’s New in Twinmotion 2021.1

May 13, 2021
Our recent webinar explored the new features in Twinmotion 2021.1. If you missed it, don’t worry! You can watch the replay below. 
 

Twinmotion 2021.1 is now out, and this latest release brings a host of improvements to make your archviz pipeline more integrated, more accessible, and more connected.

Want to get a closer look at them? In the replay of our webinar What’s New in Twinmotion 2021.1, we walk you through some of the key features from the release.

We’ve added 140 new assets to the Twinmotion asset library, including 20 new Japanese and American trees, 60 furniture assets for populating gyms and street workout areas, and 60 new ready-posed humans.
For those looking to enhance the realism of scenes created in Twinmotion, it’s now possible to grab Quixel Megascans straight from the Twinmotion library, offering fast and easy access to high-quality assets and materials.

And Presenter Cloud enables anyone to access your Twinmotion project on a web browser on a Windows or macOS desktop from any location, without downloading or installing anything, and without the requirement for high-end hardware. Watch the video now to find out more!

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