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Seemage your iPod #31: ProductGrabber

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Today, we have a real treat for you. For the first time ever, we have audio on our podcast. Jonathan Riondet shows us how you can mix and match saved views in Seemage to quickly view and analyze many different combinations. It only takes a minute and nine seconds to show this — a good example of how powerful and easy to use Seemage is.

And, if you look closely at the title bar, you’ll notice that what we are showing is in fact a sneak preview of a new release of Seemage. (Check back on the blog next week — hint hint — for more info about that.)

My thanks to Jonathan for recording this week’s episode and we hope you enjoy it.

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Eureka Magazine discovers Seemage

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The online edition of the UK’s Eureka Magazine covers Seemage and talks with Stuart Totterdell of Xype, Seemage’s master UK reseller. Read the story here.

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ING Renault F1 Team Races with Seemage

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Today, we are very excited to announce that Seemage has been selected by the ING Renault F1 team to provide technology for the F1 team’s engine development. Please click on the “download” link at the end of this post to read the full press release.

We are very excited to announce this because many manufacturers use their racing programs to test advanced automotive technologies that eventually end up in production cars. Seemage is now part of that leading edge and will help make your next car more technologically sophisticated, efficient and safe.

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Parsing Adobe’s press releases

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Isn’t this is a very cool image of the “smoke and mirrors” saying? You know, that phrase we all use when we are talking about big concepts with very little behind them?

Well, enough about that. On another point, I was reading the press release Adobe issued last week regarding Renault’s “adoption” of Acrobat 3D.

Since I write Seemage’s press releases — and these guys keep me on a very short leash to make sure that what I write is clear and not overblown — I was hoping this post will find its way to the person inside Adobe who wrote or reviewed this release and that he or she would be kind enough to answer these questions here on the blog or by email to editor@3dmojo.com.

Truly, I’d love to be able to convince my bosses at Seemage that I should be allowed the same…uh…”freedom” to write pres...

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