3D news round-up
FMX 2011, new RenderMan and plenty of news from Maxon following 25 years in the biz – what else has happened in the world of 3D this week? Read on…
FMX 2011 kicked off on 3 May and 3D World was there every step of the way – we have full reports covering new technology, open source developments and a bunch of big studios talking about their latest work. Check out our full FMX 2011 coverage, which also includes our final show report.
Pixar has announced the release of a new edition of RenderMan Pro Server 16.0 – find out what’s new.
Maxon celebrates its 25th anniversary with the release of a pretty animated short, while also launching a new rendering competition for Cinema 4D artists.
And finally, ArtVPS has announced Shaderlight 1.3.
From around the web
Escape Studios has released a new free video tutorial from its new V-Ray for Max course, titled Effects in V-Ray.
Pioneering digital retouching studio Saddington Baynes pushed CGI advertising since the start, and now they are celebrating their 20th anniversary – check out its new identity, based on the famous inkblot device, used by psychologist Hermann Rorschach.
Good news for the next generation of VFX artists in the UK – Skillset and The Foundry will be teaming up to provide select Skillset Media Academies and accredited courses with Nuke software licences and training packages.
on Monday, May 16th, 2011 at 5:32 pm under News.
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