Pricing in the early access stage
* Fee includes initial preparation of the 3d files for one project (processing & editing time to produce required effects), project hosting in the cloud and deploy for one platform of your choice.
We're working with the selected users on their first projects.
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Pricing in the commercial stage
€100 per user/month
preorder your first full year at 90% discount.
Join early access for details.
Frequently asked questions?
What is the production fee?
It's the sum agreed in the estimation that we charge prior to the work. We stick to it until the end of the project.
What is the license per user?
It's the monthly payment for the license of the editor issued for one person using the software.
What is the Early Access?
We're still developing the software and during this stage we update early access users about our progress and give them a chance to try their projects with our prototype apps.
What is the Beta?
Beta is the closed, prioritised group of early access users who bought our pre-sale offer of the incoming commercial product and are working closely with us on their first projects.
What is the commercial stage?
Emb3d will be released commercially in the Q2 2017. It's the moment when early access stage is over.
What are the viewer apps?
The set of free apps that You can send to your clients to quickly view your project. Depending on the device that You've picked they provide unique features. Mobile apps can synchronize to a real location, VR apps offer full immersion. You choose your scenario when editing the project.
What is the cloud?
It's the server storage where You keep your pojects and allow your clients to download them to their devices.
What is the early access editing?
It's the necessary work of converting your 3D files to the app format including the texture editing, scene setup, model optimization and adding of the interactive features based on your requirements.
What is the editor?
Editor is the standalone desktop app that will allow You to prepare scenes yourself without the pro help in the matter of minutes/hours.
How can I start the project?
Sign up for the early access and You will receive link to start your project with us. Fill the required info and we will send You the estimate with the link to pay online. When we confirm payment Your project will start and Your individual project manager will contact You.
How long it takes to finish the project?
In the early access stage we do it manually and it typically is between 40-120 working hours time to create a full scene from your 3d models. There are exceptions - very detailed scenes can take longer, extremely simple scenes may be quicker. In the commercial stage You will be able to finish off your scene in minutes.
Can I prepare the visualisations myself?
We are planning to release the editor in 2017 to give You the ability to create scenes quickly. In the early access stage we do it but we also provide Unreal Engine plugins for users. Ask for details if You're interested.
How do You compare to Lumion or Twinmotion?
Unlike other visualisation suites it's connected with viewer apps that Your client can download for free on his device and explore the space on his own. No sending of big files or cumbersome communication in-between.
How do You compare to BIMx?
Emb3d provides the options to review designs 'attached' to real locations (outdoors & indoors), allows to drop designs quickly on multiple device platforms (such as VR & AR) and allows end-users to quickly make changes in the project on the fly (e.g choice of furniture and wall coverings).
How will you communicate with me?
When You open the job with us You will receive link to our support system. It will track all communication and will report the progress to You. You will have access to the 3D catalogue and direct contact to your project manager to chat instantly and exchange messages.
What file formats should I send You?
We recommend FBX, OBJ for 3d files, jpeg/png for drawings and photos and PDF for floorplans.
We also accept native files from 3d studio, Maya, Modo, Revit and other CAD software.
If You want us to strictly follow your drawings / photos, You need to send them all to us with clear explanation. If you just have an idea and no time to gather details You can send us everything You have and we will advise You from there.
Can I change the project during the production?
We're happy to do minor changes even if they're not in the original brief. However if the updates were not discussed originally and require a lot of effort work will be estimated and charged separately as major changes.
What is a minor change?
Minor changes take less than 20% of the original task time. For example: replacement of a piece of furniture, wall colour change, adding / removing decorations from the catalogue.
What is a major change?
Major changes take more than 20% of the original task time. They include change in the room style (modern to classic), room role (kitchen to bathrom) or room layout (different positioning of walls, corridors etc.).