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BrainDistrict Launches RocketHub Campaign to Fund Free Text-to-3D Service

Oct 26 2013, 8:00am CDT | by PR.com

Create 3D Content for fun, games, education or business using simple text or speech commands.

Cologne, Germany, October 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- BrainDistrict GmbH today announced its RocketHub crowdfunding campaign to fund the development Text-to-3D. This innovative technology enables...

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BrainDistrict Launches RocketHub Campaign to Fund Free Text-to-3D Service

Oct 26 2013, 8:00am CDT | by PR.com

Create 3D Content for fun, games, education or business using simple text or speech commands.

Cologne, Germany, October 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- BrainDistrict GmbH today announced its RocketHub crowdfunding campaign to fund the development Text-to-3D. This innovative technology enables creation of 3D objects and scenes by simply typing or speaking descriptions. Users will be able to create 3D houses, villages, cities, landscapes and entire worlds.

Funds from the campaign will be used to develop Text-to-3D client software for various devices such as computers, phones, tablets and televisions. A portion of the revenues will help expand the content library, expanding the possibilities of Text-to-3D.

“Creating 3D content can be difficult and expensive,” said BrainDistrict founder and CEO Markus Moenig. “Text-to-3D makes it easy. I believe that creating 3D content by speaking or writing will be the future of how we will engage with 3D content, be it for games, education or general visualization.”

The campaign is now live, and the company is asking supporters to pledge at any level to help fund the project.

While development for Text-to-3D is already underway, the BrainDistrict team is looking to fast-track the process of 3D content creation, which is currently expensive and time consuming for a limited team. With funds from the RocketHub campaign, BrainDistrict can increase the production time producing a library of content for users to explore. End-user software created with funds from the campaign will be made available free to end users for non-commercial use.

As with most campaigns, BrainDistrict will be offering rewards for funds pledged, which range from the company’s existing line of software products to having the funders’ personal names or company names randomly incorporated into 3D worlds and scenes. As a funder you can have your name on a billboard, or have a hotel named after you, or even a street with your name or company name.

Rewards for the highest pledge levels include creation of a custom 3D model that will be tailor made just for that individual or company.

The overall project goal is to reach $20,000.

To see the video and to back the RocketHub campaign please visit:

http://www.rockethub.com/33075

Text-to-3D will work on desktops, phones and tablets.

About BrainDistrict GmbH:

BrainDistrict develops leading-edge software for creating 2D and 3D graphics, and is the brainchild of Markus Moenig, founder of MainConcept and former CTO of DivX.

www.BrainDistrict.com

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BrainDistrict GmbH

Richie Lopez

+49 221 67787523

Germany

Richie@BrainDistrict.com

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BrainDistrict
Richie Lopez
+49-221-67787523
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www.braindistrict.com

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