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Dec 31, 1969

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    Tips, news, and insight on KeyShot and 3D Rendering

    News - Nov 29, 2011

    Lookout... KeyShot 3 Gets Native Support for Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya

    KeyShot 3 already supports the largest number of file format import for any 3D rendering program. Today... we add two more to the list. Luxion is extremely excited to announce native support for Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya. This will allow faster, more direct import of these file formats right into Ke[...]
    News - Nov 23, 2011

    Come See Us at Autodesk University, Get a Promo Code for KeyShot

    You know it. Autodesk University is ON and Luxion will be on deck, boothin' it like Bob Barker, showing the sweet, new interface and animation system in KeyShot 3. We'll be in booth #405 - the absolute best booth in the exhibition hall - nice and cozzy, shooting out beams of rendering delight to eve[...]
    Features - Nov 22, 2011

    The Spectacular Steampunk Design Sweetness of Bill Gould

    Sure, this isn't the first time we've featured Steampunk style renderings here on the KeyShot blog, but it is the first time you'll see a Steampunk Table Lamp. Designer and KeyShot user Bill Gould is known for his small medical device design and the Edimobile Portable Talking Box he displayed last y[...]
    Tips - Nov 21, 2011

    Rendering in KeyShot. Step-by-Step Rendering and Animation Lessons.

    As you may very well know, KeyShot 3 is out, with hundreds of shiny, new materials and a rockin' new Animation system. Undoubtedly, it's causing tremors of delight on the faces and screens of users around the world. To compound that effect, we've put together a whole new section of training material[...]
    Animation, News - Nov 15, 2011

    KeyShot 3 is Here. Animation, Materials, a Fresh UI and More.

    Today, we are extremely excited to announce the release of KeyShot 3. This release represents the most substantial update to our 3D rendering software, building on the simple process of creating amazing shots in seconds and introducing an all new, patent pending animation system to take your models [...]
    Features - Nov 14, 2011

    KeyShot 3. Like bringing a Kalashnikov to 9th century sword fight ...and other user comments.

    Over the past several weeks, many KeyShot customers have been beta testing KeyShot 3, giving the new animation system a spin and helping fine-tune the improved user interface and material options. You'll see more this week (hint-hint) about all the new features in KeyShot 3, but we wanted to take so[...]
    Features - Nov 14, 2011

    The Amazing 3D Renderings of Rodrigo Sória

    It's the details that make the difference and for Rodrigo Sória, it's the minute details in modeling and lighting, along with his eye for composition that makes his 3D renderings stand out. We caught up with Rodrigo to find out more about what he does and why he uses KeyShot for rendering his design[...]
    Features - Nov 9, 2011

    Develop3D Profiles Pensa Design... who Rocks the KeyShot

    A fabulous issue of Develop3D awaits you. Why is it so fabulous? Because it's chock full of product design goodness the likes YOU'VE NEVER SEEN... Oh, and it's also got a fair bit of KeyShot spattered about. For example, you see the image above? That is from page 38, a profile feature on design firm[...]
    News - Nov 3, 2011

    Rendering for Creo with the New KeyShot Plugin

    Image reproduced by kind permission of Vocis Ltd. 3D modeled using Creo Elements Pro. Are you a new Creo transplant from Pro/E? Well, if so, here's a quick how to for you. Need an incredible rendering? Step 1) Download the new KeyShot for Creo plugin. That's it. DONE. The new plugin takes your Creo [...]
    Animation - Nov 2, 2011

    Animation of the Week: First KeyShot Animation by Phillip Renato

    What is that thing? I have no idea. But since it was modeled and animated by Phillip Renato, Associate Professor, Chair at the Allesee Metals/Jewelry Design Program, I'm guessing it's something, or the start of something, that will adorn your beautiful physique to make you look even more beautiful. [...]
    News - Nov 2, 2011

    And the Winner of the KeyShot 3 Halloween Rendering Contest Is...

    Mist! Yes, the person known as 'Mist' in the forums is the proud new owner of a license of KeyShot 3. You can see the fancy rendering above and the full resolution version after the jump, along with a few others images of horror that put the scare into the half our sales staff and Thomas Teger's lef[...]