AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Trying nXt after using AccuRender and loving it so far.

I am working on an interior model and want to produce an interactive rendering.  Ideally a 3D PDF that the user can walk through and look around.  This technology doesn't seem to exist yet for interior renderings.  Are the old spherical panoramas still the best bet for interiors or is there a new technology that will allow users to move walkabout style as well as just look around?

To clarify, I am something interactive as opposed to an animated walk-through that the users can't control.

Thanks!

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"The drawings are likely scaling correctly-- don't scale the geometry please. These are only display units for the arstudio interface."
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"You were right, Roy. It was about the file name - ash on my head. ARStudio seems to be very ok for my humble interiors' purposes. One minor point (see attached) - meters or millimeters only, what about centimeters? I need to scale all my…"
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"Yeah, I know, usual situation. :)"
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"Looks like there's no file name.  Try saving the drawing to a file first, then run ArStudio.  This is a bug, obviously.  Thanks."
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"I followed all the instructions and that is what I see now...Life is a struggle... Is there something I did wrong? AutoCAD 2013, nXt 0358-SG17, Windows 7"
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