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Global 3D Animation (Packaged Software/Platform, SDK, Plug-in Software) Market - Forecasts & Analysis to 2019

DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 08/04/14 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fbwxlx/3d_animation) has announced the addition of the "3D Animation Market by Hardware, Software (Packaged Software/Platform, SDK, Plug-in Software) & Service (Consulting, Support & Maintenance, Development & Integration, Training & Certification) - Worldwide Forecasts & Analysis to 2019" report to their offering.

The 3D animation market is segmented on the basis of components such as hardware, software and services. The hardware segment consists of dedicated workstations, video card/GPU, motion capturing systems, and other hardware equipment. The software market is inclusive of packaged software/ platforms, SDK, plug-in software, and other workflow software.

The services market comprises of consulting, development and integration, support and maintenance and product training and certification. The market is also segmented on the basis of deployment, application, verticals and geographic regions. The total market size is estimated by adding up the individual market sizes of all the components and services of 3D Animation market.

With 3D animation, one can create realistic objects by using software to create objects that appear real and solid. The technology is used for making 3D animated movies and games. Apart from that, it has become a powerful channel used by many companies to gain marketing advantage over the competitors. It is effectively used in marketing and advertising; modelling, simulation and analysis; and training and education.

The 3D animation market has the highest market share for the media and entertainment vertical. The different industries/ verticals based on which this report has been divided are architecture, building and construction, academia and education, defense and intelligence, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing and design, and others.

CAD software offers an easy, cost effective method for designing quality 3D models for architects, engineers and designers for various industrial spheres such as civil and infrastructure construction, plant design and engineering, aerospace engineering, oil and gas and more. The increasing adoption of CAD is responsible for the growth of this market in manufacturing and design, and architecture, building and construction. The adoption of on-demand software or storage is not very high in this market but is expected to grow at a CAGR of 31.3% in the forecast period.

There are a number of prominent players in the 3D animation market and a whole lot of start-up companies that are providing software platforms to cater to the continuously rising demand of 3D animation software market. Companies such as Adobe Systems, AMD, Autodesk, Intel, Lenovo, Corel, NVIDIA and Side Effects Software offer a wide portfolio of hardware, software and services in this market.

Key Topics Covered:

1.  Introduction 
    
2.  Executive Summary 
    
3.  Market Overview 
    
4.  3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Component 
    
5.  3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Hardware 
    
6.  3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Software 
    
7.  3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Service 
    
8.  3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Application 
    
9.  3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Deployment Type 
    
10. 3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Vertical 
    
11. 3D Animation: Market Size And Forecast By Region 
    
12. 3D Animation: Market Landscape 
    
13. Company Profiles 
    

Companies Mentioned:

--  Adobe Systems 
--  Advanced Micro Devices Inc. 
--  Autodesk 
--  Corel Corporation 
--  Intel Corporation 
--  Lenovo Goup Ltd. 
--  Maxon 
--  Nvidia Corporation 
--  Newtek, Inc. 
--  Side Effects Software 

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--  Philips 
--  IBM Corp. 
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--  McKinsey & Company, Inc. 
--  Accenture plc 
--  Vishay Electronic GmbH 
--  Seagate Technology PLC 
--  Lenzing AG 
--  The Boston Consulting Group GmbH 
--  Genetec 
--  Marker LLC 
--  DreamBox Learning 
--  Roland Berger Strategy Consultants 
--  and many more... 

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