Anark Corporation has released two Adobe product extensions that enable users to interrogate 3D PDFs containing 3D Model Based Definition (MBD) and Product Manufacturing Information (PMI).Read More »
Are you a David Gilmour or Pink Floyd fan? If so, you might be interested in visiting Gilmour’s official website and downloading a very special PDF document.Read More »
This week in PDF has seen the launch of a service platform for creating interactive online PDF online catalogs, PDF support added to a graphics package and the release of a new video-based training series for Acrobat 9. Finally, the week has also seen the launch of a new digital documents blog.Read More »
This week in PDF sees the Ghent PDF Workgroup (GWG) release a quartet of new PDF print standards, the birth of a new startup to offer 3D PDF services and FormRouter renews its license to provide Reader Extensions services.Read More »
Massachusetts-based Immersive Design has released IPA 8.1, which incorporates support for interactive 3D PDF and U3D generation. When used in conjunction with Adobe Acrobat Professional 7.0, IPA 8.1 adds the ability to quickly create interactive 3D PDF files that can be used by anyone with free Adobe Reader 7.0 software.Read More »
Experts from Adobe, New Economy Institute, Layton Graphics and Bentley will be teaching how to utilize PDF to revolutionize Architecture, Engineering and Construction project management in a series of free seminars coming to several sites.Read More »
Based on his own recent successes, a Canadian magazine
publisher proclaims there is a market for multimedia-rich,
interactive publications in PDF — and reader feedback
suggests he’s right in advocating more enlightened editorial
and advertising applications of the format.
Princess Cruises has launched what it’s proclaiming as the
industry’s first-ever ‘interactive eBrochures,’ with the
first PDF-based edition highlighting its Alaska 2005 tours.