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StudioTools 11 & ImageStudio 1   1 Feb, 2004

Many Cadalyst readers work in the engineering or the drafting side of the business, where your primary interests lie in working out a detailed design solution and producing finished working drawings. You tend to use software such as Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD, and SolidWorks. StudioTools is a...More>>

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First Looks: Discreet 3ds max 6   6 Jan, 2004

3D modeling, rendering, visualization.More>>

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First Looks: Design Extension for 3ds max   1 May, 2003

When Discreet's 3ds max and Autodesk VIZ diverged as products, 3ds max evolved its core modeling, animation, and rendering features with additional capabilities specific to game design and film and video effects while VIZ offered AEC-oriented features.More>>

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First Looks:Design Extension for 3ds max   1 May, 2003

When Discreet's 3ds max and Autodesk VIZ diverged as products, 3ds max evolved its core modeling, animation, and rendering features with additional capabilities specific to game design and film and video effects while VIZ offered AEC-oriented features.More>>

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First Looks: Essential Textures   1 Mar, 2003

Some purists like to create everything from scratch, including texture maps. There's nothing wrong with this, if you have the time and skill.More>>

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QuadriSpace Presenter 2.3   1 Feb, 2003

The Quadrispace developers describe this software very well when they say that QuadriSpace Presenter 2.3 is the glue that brings multiple file types together as one interactive 3D presentation.More>>


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