Archives for Visualization
Luxion and 3D Systems partner to help bring KeyShot’s power in visualization to the product design and development market merging with its 3D printing systems
The CL3VER software as a service (SaaS) story continues to unfold as the company recently releases Revit plugin plus long-awaited dedicated iPad app—the app delivers configurator functionality and a whole lot more….
GRAPHISOFT’s BIM software ArchiCAD now has integrated LumenRT support for immersive 3D environments and visuals
Autodesk is reported to have acquired innovative cloud-design and 3D rendering app provider Lagoa—potentially overlapping and complimenting its existent Autodesk Fusion 360 product line up.
Arnold for Houdini is out and CINEMA 4D is next along with The Foundry’s Katana, for this bleeding edge un-biased physically based high-end renderer which runs on Mac OS X along with other platforms
Leading Render Farm Management software for VFX current at work on New Guillermo Del Toro production, “The Book of Life” has pushed render production to 4.5 million renders
Maxon Computer is at IBC 2014 this week and will be demoing CINEMA 4D R16
See all the Maxon NAB 2014 booth presentations now archived and also see what you can get at Cineversity…
Where? The 2014 NAB Show, Las Vegas, April 7 – 10, 2014 (Booth# SL 8620)
SketchUp 2014 Support for SightSpace Mobile Augmented Reality Now Available
Mac and iOS CAD & 3D News: So today we have news tidbits on Nomad, V-Ray’s latest newsletter and the work of Amir–check it out–and Greyscalegorilla’s latest HDRI Studio Pack V1.9 update.
The Chaos Group has the new V-Ray 3.0 rendering toolkit for Autodesk 3DS Max out and it has tons of new and excellent features
Vue 2014 Professional products are now available and shipping to 3D professionals and hobbyist
Mac and iOS CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on RaySupreme’s update to version 1.5, Luxion’s KeyShot turns 4.2 with many excellent new features and TurboCAD Mac v7 is officially now a 64-bit application
In this excellent overview article, 3D industry veteran Akiko Ashley sums up the good, the bad and the ugly of SIGGRAPH 2013…