Forest Pack 7 is out now with an impressive lineup of features and updates that cements its reputation as the most flexible scattering tool on the market.
Providing VR assets as part of an architectural visualization project is gradually becoming the norm. We’ve seen a few solutions before, and today I’m showcasing a new one by Biganto, called Virtoaster. Exciting features to consider are the overall 3d model explorer (open scale model style) and customizable interactive hotspots.
Chaos Czech released Corona Renderer 6 for both Cinema 4D and 3ds Max, with a new sky model, new lens effects, new library materials, UvwRandomizer to avoid texture repetitions, and a new adaptive environment sampler. Many more things under the hood! Cover image by The Craft.
AXYZ design anima 4 released this week and introduces a revolutionary new 4D animation system that turns 3D characters into real humans! (Header image by Pavel Huerta).
Get ready for the coolest thing in VR for ArchViz creators! MOTIVA released Layama today. I’ve tested it in BETA and Love it!
Yesterday, Chaos Czech released Corona Renderer 5 for Cinema 4D, with improved memory management for displacement, faster rendering and lower memory needs for caustics, multiple environments for use in LightMix, improved the handling of proxies and instances, and more. Cover image by Luigi Cerbone.