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Tutorials: HOW TO start working with Deep Exploration

March 8, 2011

Many Deep Exploration Users and readers of this blog have been asking for more technical content around using Right Hemisphere’s Deep Exploration. And of course your wish is our command 🙂

Therefore, we are starting the new HOW TO series today. This series will consist of a number of videos that will demonstrate the features and functionalities of Deep Exploration. We will start off with some basics over the first few weeks and will then go into more detail on specific functionalities of the software. If there is anything you would like to learn more about, this is your opportunity to let us know. Get in touch and let us know what you would like to see in this new HOW TO series.

Today we will start with a tutorial about the basics of Deep Exploration.

This tutorial will introduce Deep Exploration, look at the different file formats that can be imported, give a brief tour around the user interface as well as look at viewports, scene navigation and model views and portfolios. 

This tutorial is a great starting point for every new user of Deep Exploration. And in case you are not a user yet, click here to download the FREE 30-day trial of the software and become a user today.

In the coming weeks further tutorials will cover topics such as animations & steps, publishing to PDF, applying material and many more. So make sure to check back soon to learn more about working with Deep Exploration.

But now, without any further delay, here is the first tutorial about the basics of Deep Exploration in 2 parts.

HOW TO start working with Deep Exploration – part 1 of 2

HOW TO start working with Deep Exploration – part 2 of 2

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