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Title: Educational edition
Post by: Sven De Smet on December 28, 2011, 02:30:36 pm
Hi,

I'm a student architecture (St. Lucas Ghent, Belgium).
I was wondering if their is a possibility to get some sort of educational version of Lumion SP2...
Could you send me a PM or reply on this message?

Tnx, Sven De Smet
Title: Re: Educational edition
Post by: peterm on December 28, 2011, 10:18:37 pm
Unofficial response; probably should let Peter from See3D.be, or Morten (or Lumion dev team answer), but they need a break and rest for a little while now that v2 is out (say another day or so of holidays for them :) ).

Anyway, there is an educational edition for educational institutes that students can use at the institutes student labs etc.  It is sold via local resellers.  There is no specific student version or edition as such.  As a student you can simply use the Free version.

The Free version is available for students or anyone to use, just go to the web sites page on the Free Version (http://lumion3d.com/free/) for details about obtaining and specs, and also you can contact your local Belgium reseller See3D.be, details here (http://lumion3d.com//credits/Resellers/Resellers.aspx?country=BE).
Title: Re: Educational edition
Post by: marvin on December 29, 2011, 11:27:33 am
hi I'm a student architecture i wandering if there are free v2 of lumion ultimate 2?
like basic one .. :+
Title: Re: Educational edition
Post by: Morten on December 29, 2011, 12:13:52 pm
The plan is to release Lumion 2 Free in January 2012.

This version can be used for non-commercial projects only.
Title: Re: Educational edition
Post by: Morten on December 30, 2011, 01:33:50 pm
P.S. If you have a query about the educational version, you'll need to send an email to sales [ at ] act-3d.com. Alternatively, you can contact a reseller (http://lumion3d.com/credits/Resellers/Resellers.aspx) in your region (as Peter already mentioned).