Short recap about events over the last couple months. Projects Pandora and Geppetto, Nitrous research and an award to get us started in the new year.
Yes, it's been a long struggle to reach the top, but this clearly shows we've arrived!
If you're going to AU this year, and you're interested in hearing more and giving us feedback on 3ds Max and 3ds Max Design, then please get in touch.
After a few years of hard research, we're proud to reveal Project Geppetto to 3ds Max users everywhere. This shows some core technology that we think is innovative and revolutionary.
Most of you should be able to now download the advantage pack from the subscription center.
CGarchitect and Autodesk, with the support of BOXX and Nvidia, are hosting the Autodesk 3ds Max Design Hero Competition — calling architects, designers and visualization specialists to submit a scene or design created using 3ds Max or 3ds Max Design, for a chance to have it become the next 3ds Max Design hero image
Prepare to be amazed! Damian Nenow of Platige Image shows how he used 3ds Max to create the animated short Paths of Hate. Paths of Hate won the SIGGRAPH Jury Award and a number of animation festival awards.
We've been working on various projects based on what you all prioritized in the Uservoice forums and in our surveys, now you get to see some of your most highly requested features in action!
At SIGGRAPH we'll be showing a significant improvement in our workflow with Adobe tools.
I know you won't take my word for it, but maybe some of these guys can convince you