Archives for 3D modeling Archives - Architosh
Rhino 7 is now shipping worldwide and McNeel’s latest advanced 3D modeling and Grasshopper computational design platform offers the largest upgrade feature set in the history of the app.
A look at SketchUp 2021 and its Live Components and climate design features.
The Blender Development Foundation gains another major tech company’s support in Unity Technologies, adding to development funding.
SketchUp Studio 2020 provides accessible energy and daylighting analysis tools and Architosh gets into the details in this review.
Subscription-Only Release Offers Improved UV Workflows and Viewport Performance.
New animation, rendering, effects, modeling and rigging advancements empower 3D artists across the production pipeline.
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.
C3D Labs adds innovative Mesh to B-Rep editor and converter to its API Toolkit.
New release of Autodesk 3ds Max 2020 packs a punch with improved content creation and design visualization toolset.
McNeel introduces the availability of Rhino 6 for Mac WIP—includes integrated Grasshopper application.
Maya 2019 boasts new tools for enhanced and faster performance, improved working environment and high-quality previews for an improved artists pipeline.
Helsinki and San Francisco-based Umbra™ have partnered with the City of Helsinki, Finland, to bring a massive, real-time streaming 3D model of the entire city online and viewable on web browsers and mobile devices like the Apple iPad. Multi-Billion Polygonal Models Powerfully Optimized Based on aerial photographs of Helsinki taken in 2015, the city generated […]
Belgium-based Bricsys, has released the new BricsCAD Shape for macOS (and Windows too!).
As game engines continue to evolve as full-fledged complete 3D development environments, their ability to simplify complex development challenges across platforms means more professional 3D pros will begin to take advantage of them.
BricsCAD Shape is finally rolling out with the Windows version first but the Mac version is on its way. The new conceptual design modeler is meant for architects and engineers and is DWG native and supports IFC workflows.