Sonos not only creates one of the best audio experiences, they create one of the best unboxing experiences as well. It all starts with the detail put into the design of the packaging. It's a process that has been refined over the years, going from what was a traditional approach building physical pr[...]
Have you ever needed to control color or achieve a specific edge effect? Product Designer and Founder of Sektre Creative, Liam Martin, has a new YouTub channel where he's dishing out sweet KeyShot tips and here, shows you how to get a very unique edge effect using a simple setup in the KeyShot Mater[...]
When you asked for colors, we didn't give you any old, ordinary colors. We teamed up with the company that knows color best. And now, we've got a fresh update for everyone who wants a complete palette of vibrant pastel, new neon, and fabulous fashion colors.
Alita: Battle Angel, a live-action remake of the '90s Japanese manga series Gunnm, was released February 14, 2019 to a lot of mixed reviews from fans and critics, but those who know the artist involved can't say enough about, or get enough of, the concepts and visuals that went into the production. [...]
Today, we're excited to introduce KeyShot 8.2. In this release, we focus on stability and integration with 3D modeling software. There are A LOT of improvements in this release but also some important new features and updates.
Over the years, Luxion has established strong integration between KeyShot and SOLIDWORKS to help 3D professionals create 3D renderings and animations quickly. The one-click import to KeyShot, LiveLinking geometry update, and Motion Study support has provided a seamless experience—and now we've made [...]
So, you've captured the joy of creating a bump, color, specular and opacity map in one fell swoop and now you would like to apply those maps to your model to create the most incredible rendering your customer/client/boss/wife has ever laid eyes upon. It's extremely easy to do inside KeyShot. Once yo[...]
In KeyShot, there are two ways to light your scene. HDRIs are the default method, but physical lights can be used as well. A combination of both HDRI and physical lighting works well too. To add a physical light, simply drag and drop a light material from the KeyShot Library to a piece of geometry i[...]
KeyShot comes packed with over 100 textures you can use, including wood, metal, and various types of texture maps - adding just the right amount of realism to your model. However, there are about a billion other textures and appearances out there that might catch your eye
Enter & Win! We're excited to bring you our latest giveaway featuring KeyShot customer, OPKIX, creators of the OPKIXONE wireless, wearable video camera that captures all those special moments in an instant.