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Unity 5 is a leading game development engine, and it also a tool that DCC (digital content creation) professionals rely on more and more often. Whether you are just starting out in game design or are interested in what games engines offer DCC pros, you can jump on into this tutorial at Unity 5.
An Architosh round-up of some of the biggest news from the Game Developers Conference (2015) in San Francisco this past week.
The next-generation 3D texture and compositing tool adds node processing and transfer bake among other major features as it advances the state of the art in dedicated professional texture tools.
Able to used on virtually all smartphones and tablets, OpenGL ES 3.1 adds advanced 3D features and integrated GPU computing.
Game developers using Unity 5 in the near future will have access to interactive ray-tracing technology from Imagination for cinematic level CG in mobile games
In The New Plant Factory Nursery you can upload, buy and sell realistic 3D plants for CG, SFX, Architecture and Gaming needs
Shade develops product integration pipeline connection with Unity game engine
FileMaker Inc. rocks with launch of FileMaker Go 12 — announces 100,000 downloads in just one week
The Unity Game engine continues to dominate the games development market. In this post we cover some of the latest developments
Unity Technologies announces investment from Sequoia Capital and Silicon Valley Luminaries
N-Sided releases QUIDAM 3 and QUIDAM 3 Prime – professional character creation software for artists.
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have news on SketchUp 7’s maintenance release, new improvements; we also cover Rhino and Autodesk’s AREA news items, including the Unity Game Engine.
Mac CAD and 3D News: In brief we cover news of T-Splines concerning T-Splines Plugin for Rhino and Mac, SIGGRAPH, etc; plus Luxology and Gehry Technologies news.
No, America’s Army 3 is not a new U.S. Military Force but a video game, geared to simulate the realistic path of a U.S. Army soldier. Made by the U.S. Army, geared for the hopeful next generation U.S. Soldiers, the new Army 3 video game looks to Sweden’s Illuminate Labs for their Beast lighting solution.
Luxology’s modo is tapped by renowned creative agency ROKKAN