Watched by almost 1,000 people at the UK lighting industry’s Lux Awards in London, migenius’ Bloom Unit rendering plugin for SketchUp won the “Enabling Technology of the Year” award ahead of a shortlist comprising some much bigger and perhaps better known names (see the full list here).
The panel of 17 judges drawn from all over the industry cited Bloom Unit as product that was a ‘step change’ in lighting design – by ‘leveraging the power of cloud computing’ migenius had delivered a product that allows renders ‘of awesome scope and accuracy’.
A feeling for just how prestigious this event is can be gained from the official movie, with migenius and their UK partner for the lighting industry, onlight, picking up their award around the two minute mark.
We are certainly proud that Bloom Unit has been recognised by the UK lighting industry. Proof indeed of just how important the RealityServer technology that underpins it is for businesses wishing to differentiate the user experience for the products and services they are bringing to market.
If you want to checkout Bloom Unit for yourself, sign up for a free 14 day trial on the Bloom Unit website.
Paul Arden has worked in the Computer Graphics industry for over 20 years, co-founding the architectural visualisation practice Luminova out of university before moving to mental images and NVIDIA to manage the Cloud-based rendering solution, RealityServer, now managed by migenius where Paul serves as CEO.