Archives for 3D animation Archives - Architosh
Unreal Engine continues to increased use in broadcast animation and this latest plugin update streamlines Cinema 4D workflows.
Cinema 4D Release 24 (S24) offers numerous improvements designed to help streamline workflows for professional 3D artists.
Epic has created MetaHuman Creator a new app for crafting life-like real-time animatable digital humans for Unreal Engine tools.
Maya 2020.4 features major new Bifrost updates to the popular 3D content creation program from Autodesk, empowering visual artists working across a multitude of 3D arts fields and industries.
Nvidia Omniverse opens up to everyone in Open Beta program after a yearlong Early Access success with partners like Foster + Partners.
The Blender Development Foundation gains another major tech company’s support in Unity Technologies, adding to development funding.
New AR app facilitates facial and body motion capture for Cinema 4D utilizing the Apple AR-Toolkit.
New animation, rendering, effects, modeling and rigging advancements empower 3D artists across the production pipeline.
This new feature highlights architect Jonathan Reeves of the UK and his demonstration videos of the best new features in Vectorworks 2020.
Vectorworks 2020 has been released—big new data-design tools, performance improvements, and all-new animation system shine in the new version.
Architosh is at SIGGRAPH. These are early impressions from the first day of the largest computer graphics show for professionals and students in the world.
New release of Unreal Engine brings many new features, including real-time ray tracing rendering, faster performance and streamlined production for both game and enterprise users.
New release of Autodesk 3ds Max 2020 packs a punch with improved content creation and design visualization toolset.
Maya 2019 boasts new tools for enhanced and faster performance, improved working environment and high-quality previews for an improved artists pipeline.
Bentley’s e-on Software establishes a new partnership with the MIT of Visual Effects—Gnomon School in Hollywood.