Bryce 7 Review
Digital Arts online has a comprehensive review of Bryce 7, a 3d package on the Mac that once had a very large following. The pro version now sells for 99.USD. Bryce 7, released back in the summer of this year, is dedicated to digital landscape 3d creation and features inboard animation capabilities.
The review discusses many of the new features, including Bryce 7’s new Instancing Lab, improved Light Lab, Particle Emitter and more. With Bryce 7 you can now import and export Autodesk FBX format as well as the popular COLLADA data file format. Additionally, you can import your Google SketchUp models or even Spore creatures into Bryce 7. To learn more about Bryce 7 and Bryce 7 Pro visit the Daz 3D site here.
You can also get a free version of Bryce in the Personal Learning Edition of Bryce 7.
To read the full review go here.
solidThinking to Demonstrate New Upcoming Software
solidThinking will exhibit and show its latest capabilities at the upcoming TCT Live 2010 event from October 19020, 2010, at the IEC Ricoh Arena in Coventy, in the United Kingdom. Organized for concept, design, manufacturing and specification experts, TCT Live will feature the latest in software and technology advancements for designers, prototype specialists, product managers and engineers.
“solidThinking is designed for compatibility with leading design manufacturing and engineering software, making it an ideal tool for users who require collaboration between concept and computer-aided design software,” said Alex Mazzardo, VP of product strategy and marketing. “We are pleased to be presenting at TCT Live 2010.”
Apple’s Seed of Mac OS X 10.6.5 Focuses on 3D
According to Mac Rumors and other sites the sixth build of the operating system focuses on new improvements centered on 3D graphics, among other things. Other improvements include iCal, Mail, QuickTime, Time Machine and USB Devices. It is not clear when Apple will update OS X to the next major release, slated for version 10.7.