Win A License of KeyShot 4 in the 'Color Aided Design' Challenge

by KeyShot | Feb 26, 2013 | Contest, News | 0 Comments


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    The challenge is ON! We've teamed up with GrabCAD once again and this time have the pleasure of sponsoring the contest with our friends from the IDSA for the IDSA "CAD" (Color Aided Design) Rendering Challenge. This Challenge is all about bringing the 'color to CAD' and it's your opportunity to not only show your rendering skills, but also walk away with a license of KeyShot 4.

    IDSA "CAD" (Color Aided Design) Rendering Challenge

    Till March 25th, 2013, submit a rendering tagged "idsa" to your own model or any model in the GrabCAD library. You can request a license of KeyShot for use in the contest. Simply email with "IDSA Color Aided Design Challenge" in the subject line. You will receive a 15 day license for use in the challenge.

    • This Challenge starts on February 25, 2013 and ends on March 25, 2013, at 11:59pm UTC.
    • Only renderings that are based on CAD models from GrabCAD library are accepted in this Challenge. Only renderings with reference to the original CAD file are accepted. Along with model being from GrabCAD, model must also be rendered in KeyShot. Along with IDSA logo on rendering, KeyShot logo must be on rendering.
    • The winners will be announced at the IDSA’s 2013 Northeast District Design Conference, The Color of Design on 19th April 2013, as well as on GrabCAD not before April 19, 2013. The winners will be contacted directly prior the event.
    • 1st place will be awarded a one complimentary registration for The Color of Design, IDSA’s Northeast District Design Conference, and a full custom spec build from BIKEID. In addition, 1st-4th places will be awarded KeyShot licenses. 1-6th place will receive GrabCAD shirt and mug, not to mention the admiration of your peers!

    We'll be at the IDSA Northeast District Conference this year, along with all the other District Conferences and the IDSA International Conference coming up later this summer. We're looking forward to seeing your submission and meeting you at the event. And remember, you can always Try KeyShot for free or snag an Education version to help put a stellar portfolio together! A big thanks to GrabCAD member Mehmet Turkan for the lens model, rendered in KeyShot 4 by our very own (and IDSA-LA Student Chapter President), Rex Roberts!

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