Archives for organic modeling Archives - Architosh
Academy Award-winning ZBrush software is now part of Maxon — growing the Nemetschek Group’s strength in animation, film and rendering tech.
T-Splines technology gets added to Autodesk’s Dynamo computational design tool. More updates in 1.1 release…
e-on software has its full 2015 product line of Digital Nature scenery creation and editing tools now available and shipping.
Vue 2014 Professional products are now available and shipping to 3D professionals and hobbyist
e-on software releases new Plant Factory 3D software for Mac and Windows
Pixologic adds several new brush modeling tools to its acclaimed 3D sculpting system
The Plant Factory is new technology from e-on software
Carbon Scatter 2 now released for 3ds Max, Maya and Cinema 4D
Vue 11 is coming this month and promises extensive new features…
Vue 10 product suites are now available in English, French and German languages at no additional charge, including full documentation
In this feature article Architosh again reviews Mudbox in the month of December, checking out what is new in Autodesk Mudbox 2012
Xfrog 5 now out for CINEMA 4D – tool helps create complex nature-based effects
Vue 9 series of products will be available in November.
Gemvision licenses technology from T-Splines, Inc.
T-Splines has a series of T-Splines for Rhino seminars coming up this Fall. Plus other T-Splines news.
In this In-Depth feature article Architosh delves into many of the key details of the new solidThinking Inspire 8.0 computer-aided industrial design (CAID) and styling application. Inspire includes the new “morphogenesis” technology which ships as an additional module to the base product. Alex Mazzardo, co-founder of solidThinking and now VP of Product Strategy and Marketing, discusses this landmark release.
solidThinking Inc. delivers ground-breaking new morphogenesis technology with new Inspired version of the solidThinking 8.0 product. This new technology fusses the worlds of industrial design and architecture through generative form making based on the mimicry of nature.
Autodesk will make major announcements at Macworld Expo tomorrow that point to a more robust support of the Mac within their software portfolio.