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OptiTex speaks the Language of Design
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Oct '08
OptiTex, the manufacturer of 3D Runway Designer, is pleased to announce its latest dynamic innovation: A multi-language interface that facilitates design and communication between designers and their manufacturers around the world. 3D Runway is already the leading CAD software for the fashion industry.

“We have always sought ways to enhance communication among the partners in the design and manufacturing process,” states Ran Machtinger, OptiTex's President and CEO. “OptiTex is revolutionizing all aspects of the process from design to manufacturing, and this is another bold step.”

Designers can now customize the software interface simply by selecting a language from a drop-down menu; the features will appear automatically in that language. It currently works in English, French, Spanish, Chinese and Hindi, with plans to add several more languages in the near future, including Japanese, Indonesian, Italian and Polish.

Leveraging Google's new API, OptiTex takes this a step further by allowing participants in a chat room to select a second language into which the text will automatically be translated. For instance, a designer in the U.S. and a manufacturer in China communicating in a chat room will each select the language in which to read the text, enhancing each party's participation in the process.

“This follows closely on the introduction of our new Color Manager feature, which ensures accurate recreation of customized colors throughout the design and manufacturing process. Combined with our new multi-language interface, our system helps insure that everyone is on the same page from the beginning to the end of the design process,” concludes Machtinger.

OptiTex International

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