Your a GIS professional, not a professional 3D artist,
but you want to create great landscape visuals for your
clients. Or you're a teacher trying to enthuse and educate
your students about maps and landscapes. Or your a local
historian who wants to see how you locality looked 5,000
years ago. What do you use? GenesisIV. It's landscape software
written by professionals for people who've got other things
to do than be professional artists. And you won't
need a professional budget, because GenesisIV is now free.
Download Genesis4. Additional plug-ins are available and we have an extensive series of tutorials.
To unlock the program double-click the spash screen during startup and enter
Registration Name: "Genesis4", Registration Key : "$17FC36E7", Validation Key : "$45AC9E50"
Borderlands, Wales, UK. GenesisIV using photorealistic
rendering. Landscape form was generated from Ordnance
Survey NTF DEM data. River, Road, Hedge and Forestry
data was derived from Ordnance Survey Landline vector
data and imported from MapInfo. All data used to produce
this image accurately reflects the real world.
GenesisIV understands GIS concepts like layers, shape objects
and georeferencing. It interfaces to industry standard GIS
systems such as MapInfo and ArcView so you can use your
existing data without having to learn new concepts or perform
difficult manipulations, and there's reams of documentation
to get you started.
Teachers and students
GenesisIV is the only landscape product designed specifically
to help teach geographical concepts. You're up and running
immediately comparing 2D and 3D maps and students can be
looking at historical maps, satellite photography and learning
about grid references within minutes. GenesisIV's multimedia
hotspots are ideal for project - get your students out of
the classroom collecting photographs, audiovisuals and notes
to enter into the landscape database.
A user interface that lets you explore
If you've ever been perplexed by the blank sheet of modeling
software then you'll appreciate GenesisIV's immediate
interface. Don't be deceived, there's powerful database
and graphics software underneath with a myriad of features
than can be adjusted. But you can get results straight out
of the box with just a few mouse clicks.
Documentation and tutorials galore - with
more on the way
Need to see what the visual impact of that turbine will
be? Or want a lesson plan for your 14 year old students?
We've numerous tutorials online with step-by-step guides
to common tasks, and a series of free educational projects,
with data, will be soon be available.
GenesisIV's photorealistic renderer brings landscapes to
life, and because we using modern OpenGL techniques you
won't be waiting hours for your images to complete.
Import, export or extend.
GenesisIV is as open as we can make it. Import and export
between GIS applications, paint programs, data files and
renderers. Our database uses Open Source software and the
schema is freely available. And
we've numerous plug-ins to extend