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Nvidia takes over Mental Ray development

Nvidia takes over Mental Ray development

With Autodesk adding the Arnold render to Maya, Nvidia pledges to maintain Mental Ray for its shared customers.

By August 3, 2016 Read More →
Unbundled Flame shines at NAB

Unbundled Flame shines at NAB

Autodesk’s high-end finishing suite still requires a significant hardware investment, but now you can pick or choose your vendors.

By May 5, 2016 Read More →
Autodesk buys Solid Angle

Autodesk buys Solid Angle

Autodesk buys Solid Angle for rendering technology to better integrate in its products and announces strategic alliance with Google Zync.

By April 18, 2016 Read More →
Image Engine makes the alien credible

Image Engine makes the alien credible

A custom IK solver is the secret behind for some of Hollywood’s new class of other-worldly CG characters.

By January 25, 2016 Read More →
Kung Fury rocks the 80s action movie genre with heavy CG

Kung Fury rocks the 80s action movie genre with heavy CG

David Sandberg scooped up $630,000 on Kickstarter and put together a hilarious short film in Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max.

Autodesk throws support behind Academy’s ACES color management standard

Autodesk throws support behind Academy’s ACES color management standard

The move increases interoperability at the most technical and demanding levels of color management.

Solid Angle releases Arnold for Houdini

Solid Angle releases Arnold for Houdini

The popular cross-platform ray-tracing engine can now work with the Houdini 3D animation engine. Setups can be shared with the Maya and Softimage editions of Arnold.

By September 22, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Autodesk 2015 Entertainment Creation Suites last for Softimage

Autodesk 2015 Entertainment Creation Suites last for Softimage

The addition of Bifrost to Maya is a bridge to the future for users who will miss Softimage’s extensibility.

Autodesk to discontinue Softimage

Autodesk to discontinue Softimage

Three 3D content environments was clearly one too many. Autodesk is offering a no-cost transition to either Maya or 3ds Max.

Autodesk powers new Smithsonian 3D web presence

Autodesk powers new Smithsonian 3D web presence

Custom educational tool gives general public virtual access to rare artifacts and specimens.

By November 13, 2013 0 Comments Read More →