Archives for Mac OS X
There are numerous excellent sales on Mac and Windows CAD and 3D software due to Black Friday in the United States, marking an excellent time to save some money.
As part of our TalkTalk series, in this post we walk the reader through a CAD tool on the Mac that is relatively new and worthy of attention—AutoQ3D for Mac.
Boris FX and MacVideo Promo today announce a limited-time program that provides free, perpetual Media 100 site licenses to qualified educational institutions.
The VUE and PlantFactory 2015.2 Personal Learning Editions allow any Artist or Student to learn the best Digital Nature tool for free. The PLEs output files that can be rendered without limitation using an ATC license, allows users to work from home using the free PLEs and transport their work easily between resources.
SimLab Composer introduces a very easy and efficient workflow for texture baking to get top quality visualization of 3D models.
Frame’s technology has been employed at major Mac developer Adobe for quite some time, while major CAD companies like Siemens and Nemetschek have ongoing trials or studies behind the scenes.
Instaviz 2.0, a major rewrite of the first and best iOS diagram sketcher offers fifteen new features. including a revamped user interface with clean, modern graphics, scrub-through settings, a thumbnail graph list and help demo videos.
AKVIS was pleased to announce the update of their AKVIS Sketch to Version 17 for Windows and Mac OS X. The software turns photos into pencil drawings. AKVIS Sketch V.17 provides many improvements and new features. The new Cross-hatching option is now available in the Artistic style.
An Italian software developer has introduced a brand new program called Illuminando, noted as the world’s most advanced lighting calculation program — built uniquely on OS X
Apple’s graphic for WWDC sure hints at something stereographic….hmm?
Apple’s 2013 WWDC is set for early June – new iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 are set for being shown
Leading CAE software provider brings tools to Mac OS X
Apple will likely introduce 3D UI in future OSs based on recent patent discoveries
Ironically Apple helped fund and establish ARM (Advanced RISC Machines) in the UK back at the time of the Apple Newton. Now with ARM based chips dominating both smartphones and tablet markets, it looks like Apple may once again move the entire industry to a new paradigm.
Apple’s Lion holds features that will be very welcome to iterative design professionals like architects and product designers.