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Cl3ver adds offline option

Online presentation authoring tool Cl3ver adds offline publishing to extend the availability of content.  

Cl3ver is an online presentation authoring tool designed for architects. It offers an easy way to share visualizations of projects and has features such as annotation to add information to 3D models. Now the company has also added an offline capability.

Cl3ver adds offline option. (Source: Cl3ver)

Cl3ver enables the creation of professional looking presentations through an online interface. (Source: Cl3ver)

The company says customers have asked for a way to share visualizations when an online connection isn’t available. It’s valuable in places where there may be unpredictable internet connection and, people want to be able to spontaneously show a presentation using a laptop computer. The feature will come in handy on-site during construction, at trade shows, on a plane.

A completed Cl3ver presentation can be downloaded as an .html file, which can be viewed with any browser that supports WebGL.

What do we think?

Obviously, the feature breaks one big advantage of online tools like Cl3ver and that is collaboration. The online feature gives everyone access to a central source of information that is up to date and the same for everyone. However, given real world realities, no one can count on the ability to be online all the time.

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Kathleen is the editor-in-chief of GraphicSpeak and a senior analyst at Jon Peddie Research. She has been writing about movies, music, art, and technology for almost all of her working life.

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