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    News - Sep 21, 2012

    KeyShot Call for Content

    Image: Chris Lovin We are continuing to push forward on preparing for the next release of KeyShot, and we want you to be a part of it. If you receive our newsletter (sing up for it here!) you know that we are asking KeyShot users to submit the best of their creations and with it an opportunity to ha[...]
    News - Sep 20, 2012

    KeyShot in Your School

    Image: Dean Loock, Savannah College of Art and Design It's nice to know you can grab that double-whip latte, head down to the computer lab, fire up KeyShot and churn out some impressive project visuals. There are so many design and engineering schools adding KeyShot to their curriculum. It's excitin[...]
    Animation, Features - Sep 19, 2012

    The Square. Rendered in KeyShot, Successfully Funded.

    What if a design change was so simple it became revolutionary? The water bottle. There are literally thousands of designs. Yet, most make the water taste like metal or plastic and roll away if tipped over. The Square changes that and Clean Bottle has launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring it to th[...]
    Tips - Sep 18, 2012

    How to Create Liquids Using Translucent Materials in KeyShot

    From water spilling forth from a faucet to a refreshing glass of orange juice, liquids are used across a variety of visuals. The liquid material in KeyShot makes creating a liquid appearance incredibly easy, but the translucent material is also an option for liquids. KeyShot user Torsten was inspire[...]
    Features - Sep 14, 2012

    How Vax Ltd is Using KeyShot for Design and Marketing Visuals

    Take a look at that vaccuum cleaner. I don't think I've seen a better looking consumer cleaning product in all my life. For over 30 years, Vax Ltd has been delivering the best in floor care products, with a team of engineers and designers that deliver these fabulous machines based on customer feedba[...]
    News - Sep 12, 2012

    KeyShot Featured in 3D World for Realistic Metal Surfaces

    Mike Griggs tells how to "Render Realistic Metal Surfaces" in this month's issue of 3D World magazine and features images produced in KeyShot. He outlines the steps to add realism from material texture to lighting. All aspects included inside KeyShot to make applying a metallic appearance faster and[...]
    Tips - Sep 11, 2012

    How to Create Clear Tinted Glass in KeyShot

    You know KeyShot has the easiest to apply and most accurate glass material for 3D rendered images. Drag,drop and you're ready to go. You can also achieve a tinted glass effect very easily for older style glass bottle or any object you would like to show just a touch of tinted color. Brett answered a[...]
    News - Sep 6, 2012

    Join us at the Dieline Packaging Design Conference

    KeyShot is proud to be a sponsor of the 2012 Dieline Forum, the ultimate one-day packaging design conference! We'll be at the show and on the exhibit floor demonstrating how KeyShot is the chioce for consumer product and packaging companies around the world. The conference is chock full of sessions.[...]
    Tips - Sep 6, 2012

    How To Create Perfect Window Views for Interior Scenes in KeyShot

    When you're looking out the window of your 3D rendered interior scene, you want those trees, the sky, the grassy expanse and any roads to look stunningly perfect. Or maybe, you have a fabulous living area you've rendered and need to show the adjacent room through those lovely French doors. Yes, ther[...]
    Tips - Sep 5, 2012

    4 Tips to Promote Your Product Design Portfolio

    You've spent months, if not years, building a portfolio of your product designs. It's online, open to all who want to feast upon the brilliance of your illuminated perspective on everything from chairs and toasters to the most innovative exploration of medical devices. Yet, you hardly feel a buzz. W[...]
    Tips - Sep 4, 2012

    How to Create Object VR's with KeyShotVR

    Last week, we fired up the central fuselage of KeyShot development and launched KeyShot 3.3 into the product rendering exosphere. Lots of high-fives and caffeine withdrawals ensued, and we were extremely excited to see the rush of interest in KeyShotVR. We knew it was good and we've been hearing a l[...]