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Germany’s Cheetah 3D version 4.7 is the latest update to this popular Mac OS X only 3D program and is compatible with Snow Leopard.
McNeels says current builds of Rhino OS X are compatible with Apple’s new big cat, Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6).
A major developer is aiming their Snow Leopard dependent release for the June time-frame, suggesting strongly that Apple may have the next OS X operating system on store shelves as early as a day after the Apple WWDC keynote.
From the looks of comments made by an Nvidia rep in a discussion with AppleInsider today about CUDA versus OpenCL, it appears that Apple with its OpenCL-based Snow Leopard operating system will not be ready to release that OS until the second quarter (Q2) of 2009. From the AppleInsider report: “While the OpenCL spec is […]
Forbes says Snow Leopard Endangers Windows Vista — Reader Chime In and Say Think Alternatives to Windows for the Sake of Your Business and Clients
Marlin Prowell of Robert McNeel & Associates explains the purpose behind the Leopard requirements for the latest Wanatchee build for Rhino Mac beta
In this feature article Architosh reviews Autodesk’s Mudbox 2011 for the 64-bit Mac Snow Leopard platform.
Engineered Software updates PowerCADD to version 9 – introduces Snow Leopard Support, 64-bit optimization and many new features
CAE for Mac gains another tool with Caedium 2.1 for Mac OS X. Runs on Snow Leopard and Leopard and functions identically to Windows and Linux versions.
Autodesk has released Smoke 2010 for Mac to the professional film community — new release runs on 64-bit Snow Leopard Mac operating system for optimal performance
Mac CAD and 3D News: In today’s tidbits we cover training events for T-Splines and ArchiCAD plus news on Snow Leopard versus Windows 7 in overall system performance and 3D performance.
VMware heats up the competition with the announcement of VMware Fusion 3 to ship later in October. The latest release offers numerous performance improvements including a new engine and 64-bit support on Snow Leopard.
MAXON delivers new Cinema 4D, Release 11.5, with innovative new MoGraph 2 technologies, improved rendering engine that takes full advantage of the very latest multi-core processors and with support for Snow Leopard and Windows 7 operating systems.
MacFive™ — Top News Stories of the Week: For Dec 7 we see exploding market share growth for iPhone, a possible $99 Wal-Mart iPhone, Google’s fantastic new SketchUp 7, and issues with Snow Leopard.
MacFive™ — Top News Stories of the Week: For November 2 we look at Microsoft’s Windows 7, Apple Indicators that spook Redmond, 64-bit kernel in Snow Leopard, MobileMe gets fixed right and IBM’s Mark Papermaster headline.
MacFive™ for this week looks at the what we view as the top 5 most important stories breaking in the Macintosh or Apple news world. For October 19 we review Apple’s Cocoa-based Finder in Snow Leopard, the state of FireWire and the new MacBooks, a Greener Apple and Apple’s amazing market share gains
LightWave 11.5 is the first release under NewTek’s new LightWave 3D Group division as the company focuses on re-establishing LightWave 3D in the broader 3D community
Recently Epson America announced that they are entering the technical plotter (large-format) printing market for AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) professionals with its ground-breaking Epson SureColor T-Series plotters. The SureColor T3000, T5000 and T7000 mark Epson’s entry into this very competitive market. Designed to exceed the needs of today’s architects, engineers, contractors and GIS professionals, […]
McNeel releases new Lion compatible WIP for Rhino Mac 5.0
DAZ 3D’s give-away is still available until end of February
In this fourth article in our 2011 State of Apple in CAD/3D industries, special series, we speak to Chris Bentley, team leader of the AMD/ATI Mac graphics division, about the state of hardware graphics in Apple products, including, and especially the Mac.
Mac CAD and 3D News – Kinect runs on Mac now, news on Apple and 3D and new Sandy Bridge tidbits.
NewTek ships the new LightWave 10 with CORE technologies, features new Viewport Preview Renderer (VRP) and anaglyph rendering.
Andersson Technologies LLC has released the new SynthEyes 2011 – a major new release of the popular camera tracking (aka: match-moving) and stabilization software.
In this article we cover some additional notes on AutoCAD for Mac after today’s official product release.
In this In-Depth feature Akos Pfemeter, Director of Global Marketing and Tibor Szolnoki, ArchiCAD Product Manager, of Graphisoft Hungary, have spoken to Architosh about ArchiCAD 14’s new features, particularly its new IFC model collaboration work flows. In this article we get into some of the details of Graphisoft’s latest BIM technology.
Luxion introduces next evolution with KeyShot – advanced real-time interactive ray-tracing program.
Khronos Group is demonstrating OpenCL 1.0 progress at international high-performance computing conference — makes major announcement about industry adoption of key standard
Mac CAD and 3D News: Tidbits today include news on progeCAD officially explaining how to run its IntelliCAD-based, AutoCAD compatible software on Mac computers. We also have more virtualization news in the form of an update to VWware’s Fusion and Strata Foto 3D CX news.
Mac CAD and 3D News: Tidbits today include news on project management tools for creative professionals such as ad agencies, web development, interior designers and other creatives, including prepress and corporate marketing. We also have news on a new product from Group Logic called ArchiveConnect.
Mac CAD and 3D News: Tidbits today include news on Copper Project version 4.1 and SketchUp News tidbits. Also, we have news on a native RIM-produced version of Blackberry Desktop for Mac.
Nemetschek North America detailed the upcoming Vectorworks 2010 to the press yesterday in a virtual invite-only event. A new Unified View technology brings the program into the realm of being fully 3D.
Siemens PLM Software’s NX is now available for Mac OS X and is fully native Mac OS X code-based. TeamCenter is also available, offering Mac-based engineers, designers and product design managers platform parity under Apple’s award-winning operating system.
Oracle buying Sun is probably better for Apple than IBM buying Sun…seriously! For starters Oracle and Apple are good partners, bolstered by a BFF relationship in Ellison and Jobs that goes back decades. Secondly, Sun and Apple have nice supplemental technologies, support and sales, and other avenues of ideal collaboration–including Sun’s Virtualbox and getting Solaris on the Mac Pro.
MacFive™ — Top News Stories of the Week: For Mar 15 we see exploding applications for the iPhone and iPod touch (now at 25,000), continued Enterprise Mac Adoption, an upcoming iPhone 3.0 OS update event, speculation about a new Apple touch-based netbook device and more…
Mac CAD and 3D News: Kitware announces VolView 3.0 for medical 3D imagery and volume rendering, Nvidia puts out support for OpenGL 3.0 in new drivers, and we have some links to Rhino video tutorials.
Sun’s Virtualbox virtualization suite now supports Mac OS X – But the former engineering workstation giant could revive its legacy using Mac Pros and a tailored virtualization product for UNIX CAD and Engineering.
What will Apple do for Apple’s 25th Macintosh Anniversary? In this article post we ponder three dreamy scenarios from the far-fetched and nostalgic to the ultra-powerful and completely impressive to the very likely…and very useful!
Khronos Group releases OpenCL 1.0 and OpenVG 1.1 – Khronos Group releases ratified OpenCL 1.0 Specification at SIGGRAPH Asia.
According to a report on Macworld and Electronista, OpenCL has been defined as a standard in a record six months, with key contributions from Intel, Nvidia, AMD, Apple, and others. But one key tech giant is missing from adopting and supporting that standard and that is Microsoft.
MacFive™ — Top News Stories of the Week: For November 9 we look at everything from Plasmonic Lithography and Air Bearings to Apeer for the Mac to a new article by Roughly Drafted that expands the ideas of technology disruption, first brought to critical light by Clayton Christensen.
Mac CAD/3D News on Bunkspeed at Siggraph, Autodesk’s new Mudbox, and e-on Software
Potential Apple announcement at NVISION news and rumors, plus VMware Fusion 2 Beta and more…
A Guardian article by Chris Edwards takes a good look at graphics processing units and how they are the ‘piranhas of computing’
Graphisoft Leads World in Multiprocessing Support with ArchiCAD 12 – BIM Tool Advances Performance to the Next Level With Robust Multi-Threading and Advanced Algorithms