Author Archive: Kathleen Maher

Kathleen is the editor-in-chief of GraphicSpeak and a senior analyst at Jon Peddie Research. She has been writing about design, movies, music, art, and technology for almost all of her working life.

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Khronos, the expandable

Khronos, the expandable

At Siggraph, Khronos announced its plans to open up a new front for 3D Commerce.

Adobe Substance at Siggraph, steady as she goes

Adobe Substance at Siggraph, steady as she goes

Change is coming but not yet.

Modo demonstrates new features for fashion, AEC, and content creation

Modo demonstrates new features for fashion, AEC, and content creation

Foundry’s head of rendering Allen Hastings has opted to build in ray tracing for Modo using Nvidia’s Optix RTX technology.

Maxon updates features and licensing for Cinema 4D

Maxon updates features and licensing for Cinema 4D

ew features for motion graphics, titles, interoperability, and rendering.

Intel’s long-term vision for exascale content

Intel’s long-term vision for exascale content

Big content creation announced at Siggraph 2019.

Dassault Systèmes financial earnings come according to plan

Dassault Systèmes financial earnings come according to plan

With the acquisition of Medidata, Dassault is seeing its growth for the future in expansion into life sciences as well.

PTC hits rough road

PTC hits rough road

Optimistic forecasts fail to pan out in the company’s third-quarter report.

Ton Roosendaal wins the JPR Technology Advancement Award

Ton Roosendaal wins the JPR Technology Advancement Award

JPR has followed the evolution of the Blender software portfolio. We are proud to recognize Ton Roosendaal and the Blender Community with our Technology Advancement Award for 2019.

Hexagon changing the world a millimeter at a time

Hexagon changing the world a millimeter at a time

Hexagon acquires Melown Technologies of Prague and adds on 3D visualization.

The Open Design Alliance readies new tools for 2020

The Open Design Alliance readies new tools for 2020

The Open Design Alliance’s season of press releases is here and the quantity of information is greater than ever as the organization follows up on the several new directions they have taken to support interoperability and communication in the CAD industry. The organization has moved into new territory with its Visualize, Web SDK, and BIM […]