Keyshot 5 is out, there is still time to save on Artlantis 5, our next episode of How to Succeed in Architecture is approaching and more. Good morning!
For a quick glance at all the latest new releases, click here.
KeyShot 5 is here with a whole lot of new and updated features: streamlined interface, rendering speed, powerful animation, and more. In two days, on Wednesday June 4th, Rex Roberts, from Luxion, will show some of the best new features in the newest episode of our Novedge Webinar Series. Register for this live event here: you will be able to submit your questions live.
Using Maya 2015? No problem! V-Ray 2.4 works with the newest Maya release, check out the details here.
This free update for current users lets you work with Softimage 2015. It also comes with new features such as support for scene time source image sequences, brightness equality in the output between machines with different preferences and more. If you are not a current user, you can get your copy here.
Rhino plug-in RhinoEmboss 2.0 is designed to work natively on 32 and 64 bit Rhino. It lets you create 3D models from photos or curves for advanced reliefs, engraving, sculpture and texturing. And as always we offer it at a great price.
Not only E-On Software released a new version of Plant Factory, it also announced a special offer to celebrate it. Now you can save up to $300 on a new, full license of Plant Factory Studio, or $100 on a new, full license of Plant Factory Designer.
The Replicator landed at Novedge! Awesome. One of the most talked about 3D Printer in the news, I think it hardly needs an introduction. For great value and performance, go with the Replicator, and if looking for a more powerful 3D printer for extra large objects, we also offer the Z18.
We can't wait for the new RealFlow 2014! The official release date is still a secret but if you buy your license now, you save 15%. You will then be able to download RealFlow 2014 when officially released at no extra cost.
And of course we have a webinar about RealFlow 2014 in the works, read more about it and register here.
Did you miss last week's deadline to upgrade to Artlantis 5 at a special price? No problem! The deadline to save $$ has been extended until June 15th. More on our website.
And don't forget to register for our upcoming webinar: Lighting with Artlantis.
The new episode of our web series, How to Succeed in Architecture, is approaching: we will discuss trends, needs and collaborations to incorporate more resiliency in your design. You can register here to watch the live show.
I will be joined by three stellar professionals:
Ibbi Almufti is a structural and earthquake engineer in the Advanced Technology + Research (AT+R) group in Arup’s San Francisco office.
He recently led the development of the REDi Rating System which provides owners, architects, and engineers a framework for implementing “resilience-based earthquake design”, a holistic design, planning, and verification approach for achieving “beyond-code” earthquake resilience objectives.
Matthew Peek, AIA, studied architecture at Berkeley, Columbia, and Yale, with a Fulbright at the University of Venice. A balance of built projects and visionary proposals forms the basis for his practice, Studio Peek Ancona. His projects include LEED homes, hazard-resistant buildings, housing, commercial, and civic buildings. Peek teaches architectural design and technology in the U.S. and abroad, including leading university contributions for international relief efforts.
Brad Leibin is a designer with David Baker Architects (DBA), where he led the development of a branding system called Local Cache, intended to build awareness of disaster resources in San Francisco communities.
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If it's not in the actual 3D modeling and sketching, where is the real difference between the two programs?