Archives for Cinema 4D
The maker of the acclaimed Mac and Windows 3D software CINEMA 4D, heads to Austin, Texas for SXSW 2015—will be showcasing its professional 3D software technology and applications suitable for the gaming expo crowd and for all forms of designers and makers.
An(i)ma goes Mac for CINEMA 4D with new release 1.7.1 for Mac OS X. Now Mac 3D artists using the popular Cinema 4D software have the fastest stand-alone character animation application in the industry.
Our news tidbits today include industry news mostly in Architecture, with the BD WA 100 index for 2015 now available, a focus on the work being done at Greyscalegorilla plus some interesting architectural industry news items.
Greyscalegorilla starts the new year with 30 Days of 30 Tutorials. CINEMA 4D experts launch continuous tutorial series.
e-on software ships Carbon Scatter 2015 for Maya, 3ds and CINEMA 4D integration
We continue our Firm Profile series for the second time this month with a feature on the mixed practice design firm Levi + Wong Design Associates, a Boston area architecture, landscape architecture, planning and interior design firm serving national clients through a highly-developed 3D ‘virtual design’ process using GRAPHISOFT’s highly noted ArchiCAD and BIMx platforms.
Maxon has announced the new Cineware 2.0 and CINEMA 4D Lite R16 now included in the latest version of Adobe After Effects CC
Presentations from Creative Professionals Rick Barrett and Chris Meyer to Illustrate Techniques in MAXON Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects CC to Maximize 3D Creativity
Maxon Computer of Germany will be in attendance at After Effects World Conference, a new conference centered on innovators in the areas of VFX and motion graphics pros
Event: Architectural Visualization Meets Hollywood Standards — Come See ArchiCAD and CINEMA 4D in Action
Graphisoft is hosting a global live event on the new photorealistic rendering workflow from within ArchiCAD 18 and utilizing Maxon’s Cinema 4D further in the process.
Maxon Computer is at IBC 2014 this week and will be demoing CINEMA 4D R16
Maxon CINEMA 4D R16 is now shipping and SIGGRAPH 2014 presentations are now at Cineversity.com
A new architectural visualization solution is on the horizon called Twinmotion, or least that is the company’s name which appears based in France
Germany’s Maxon has updated CINEMA 4D to version R16 — offering numerous advanced new features for digital 3D artists working across a range of design and film and TV industries
We have some details on Maxon’s participation at SIGGRAPH 2014 this year