Govie Editor Software
Independently created 3D presentations that allow the target audience to grasp the product and become fully immersed in it.
Govie Editor enables standalone creation of product presentations that bring together 3D, interactivity and a story mode. This enables effective representation and deep insight into products and hidden processes.
Software-as-a-Service software enables the development of presentations that allow the target audience to truly grasp the product or process and understand and remember the context.
In Govie Editor, existing 3D models can be enriched with additional assets such as images, text, websites and animations. This creates a unique presentation that is both playable as a video and allows individual control by the user. The 3D presentations are web-enabled.
- Marketing and sales activities, such as physical or virtual trade fairs and customer visits
- Presentations of research results and projects
- Integration into websites and presentations of any kind
Features & Benefits
- easy learning and use of the software on your own – for independent and efficient use of limited resources
- Use of existing 3D CAD models or 3D scans – to create the presentation without programming skills
- personal support and training by 3DIT possible – if own 3D models are not (yet) available
- Play and share the govie within the govie platform and externally via share links.
How it Works
Free workspace without commercial use
Commercial workspace for lone fighters
120€/year (20% discount)
Workspace for agencies and smaller businesses
600€/year (20% discount)
For companies that want to create interactive product presentations themselves
1800€/year (17% discount)
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Govie Editor® Demo Account
Using the format of the future.
Import your own 3D data.
.glb import from Blender, 3DSMAX, C4D, Paint3D, Google Sketchfab & CAD programs
The GLB file format is a binary form of glTF that contains textures instead of referencing them as external images. For example, 3D Facebook posts are based on .glb files.