The Decline and Resurrection of the 3D Industry

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  08 August 2002
The Decline and Resurrection of the 3D Industry

http://www.digitalproducer.com/2002.../3dindustry.htm

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"Ultimately, it will be the customer who benefits."

Sounds like a plan
 
  08 August 2002
PricePoint and Proprietary Standards...

YOU HEAR THAT DISCREET? Lower your price and make the MAX format an exchange format!!

/endrant

I think she's way off target on most counts, however, especially the pricepoint/proprietary standards issue.

If softare companies lowered their prices down below $1000 universally I don't think they'd increase their market share all that much. There are too few people interested in 3D. Poser has the largest installed base of any 3D Software, and it's still less than half a million. This is a miniscule market.

Last edited by Grey : 08 August 2002 at 05:00 AM.
 
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