A great new Children's Educational Software for simple 3D Design. Design the rooms in a house, furnish single or multiple rooms or use a simple room planner to design a whole floor plan. Set a budget and display the furniture on a simple spreadsheet.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: SpexWorld! House is a great new Children's Educational Software from Aspex Software for simple 3D house design. Have lots of fun planning and designing the rooms in a house. You can design and furnish single or multiple room shapes or use Spex's simple room planner to design a whole floor plan: kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and lounge. Set room sizes and a budget to spend and display furniture and fittings on a simple spreadsheet. When beginning to design a House, choose from a selection of simple room shapes or use one of the ready made layouts with two or three rooms. Once the room layout has been planned it can be furnished by dragging items of furniture into the rooms, rotating them and moving them around until you are happy. You can see your House in the plan view and in 3D view and in perspective or orthographic views, and you can walk around inside your virtual house. The program is developed by aspex who make content free and cross curricular educational software for children and has been supplying to schools and home users since 1994. Mrs Pallister, a teacher from a UK primary school says "Can I just say how fab the Spexworld House is. I use it with all the children I teach ICT to in our school from reception classes up to Year 6".
Change Info: A captivating new Children's Educational Software to design rooms in a house. Furnish single or multiple rooms or use a simple room planner to design a whole floor plan and once you are done, take a walk around your virtual world!
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