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Subject:RE: Adobe Acrobat 3D From:"Johnson, Tom" <TJohnson -at- starcutter -dot- com> To:<eric -dot- dunn -at- ca -dot- transport -dot- bombardier -dot- com>, <b -dot- hennessey -at- att -dot- net> Date:Wed, 26 Jul 2006 12:53:57 -0400
Eric's comments are interesting. Perhaps the presentation he saw was more geared to the technical writing community than was the webinar I saw. I'd be interested in hearing how it would fit into technical communications. It may be very useful.
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Subject: Re: Adobe Acrobat 3D
Heard better than rumours, had an Adobe Rep and their local "integrators"
from Interdoc (www.interdoc.com) come and present the product to us. Even
had a presentation from sales and consultant group from Right Hemisphere
(www.righthemisphere.com) who produce the technology behind Acrobat 3D and
have some pretty powerful stuff of their own.
The possibilities from the demonstrations are astounding. How it fits in
the workflow and integrates with requirements (and how much it would all
cost) are different questions entirely. lol
They were very interested to hear about our processes, how we used
FrameMaker, and were particularly interested in how we might use various
aspects of the other products integrated with FrameMaker...
Then the subject of digital rights management and the Adobe Content Server
product came up.
Eric L. Dunn
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