Configure your own kitchen or bathroom with Project Showroom
I posted a minor update to the Project Showroom servers yesterday. If you are so keen as to click on the About Project Showroom hyperlink in the lower right, you will see that the version of the service is now 184.108.40.206. You can try Project Showroom for yourself at:
This is our 13th update of Project Showroom and our 26th build. We've been busy since July 31, 2008 when this instance of Project Showroom made its debut.
Although this is a new build, you won't see as much change as usual. A lot of the work we did was "under the hood." We are separating function from form, so Project Showroom can be experienced using a variety of styles. So in addition to the infrastructure work, this release contains:
We have graduated the Facebook application from a developer application to an approved application. See Project Showroom Facebook Sharing for how to do this.
Project Showroom current has three rooms: Builder Homesite, Inc. American Bathroom, Builder Homesite, Inc. American Kitchen with Island, and Matrix EuroElectrolux Kitchen. With this release, when you return to the site, Project Showroom remembers the room you were designing and what your choices were. You can now pick up where you left off.
When you visit informational pages off of the main page, the button takes you back to the room regardless of how many levels away from the main page you have navigated. In other words, you really go back to the room instead of having it work like a browser BACK button that only goes back one level.
For those of you Internet Explorer users who noticed text alignment problems when setting your view to a 75% zoom level, we fixed this. Thanks for reporting this.
To keep our Legal department happy, the copyright statements include 2009.
Continuing to advance our vision of photorealistic rendering via the cloud is alive in the lab.