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

    News - May 31, 2012

    Come See KeyShot Live Linking for Creo and More at PlanetPTC Live

    Next week we'll have the KeyShot team out in gloriously warm and touristy Orlando, Florida for the PlanetPTC Live event. The event will be held at the Rosen Shingle Creek, June 3-6th where we will, once again, be boothin' it hardcore, demonstrating KeyShot 3.2, the new features and updates, new tech[...]
    News - May 31, 2012

    Winners of the KeyShot 3D Rendering Contest!

    I've just gotta say, WOW, what a contest!! Through the month of May we put up the challenge to the KeyShot community to create the most stunning 3D rendering or animation of a watch. The challenge was definitely meet and after nearly 250 amazing entries of KeyShot rendering and animation bliss, we h[...]
    News - May 23, 2012

    KeyShot 3.2 Is Here

    So excited. Today, we're pleased to announce KeyShot 3.2. Over the last two months we've boosted the render juice, cranked the core usage and doubled the coffee intake to unacceptable proportions. The focus of this update is feature completion, UI cleanup, and stability. We've packed a lot into KeyS[...]
    News - May 21, 2012

    Is 3D Rendering Replacing Traditional Photography? What Do You Think?

    I think you know how we would answer this question. But it goes deeper. Does photography still play a role in 3D rendering? What do you think? X-Rite of Europe, a leader in color science and technology with groups like Pantone, is curious. They're hosting a free webinar this week, so if you're inter[...]
    News - May 15, 2012

    The Free KeyShot 3ds Max Plugin Bringin' the Speed to CG

    The time has come mesh modeling Max fans! The time to add another plugin to our list of plugins that allows you to slide those models nice and smooth into KeyShot with all the material settings intact. Today, we release the first version of our KeyShot 3ds Max plugin, giving you the ability to open [...]
    News - May 3, 2012

    Upcoming Events: IDSA, PLM World and More

    There's a boiling pot of events and activities we've been stirring up, mixing in loads of sweet render juice and chunks of succulent animation, to give you a taste of KeyShot throughout the month of May. We don't want to miss an opportunity to meet KeyShot users and the curious, show you what KeySho[...]
    News - Apr 26, 2012

    KeyShot 3.2 On It's Way With Enhancements and More

    We're excited to announce the upcoming version of KeyShot. KeyShot 3.2. We've gathered feedback from customers since the release of KeyShot 3.0 and have a lot if enhancements and improvements to the existing functionality. You won't see new features with this release, but you will see enhanced speed[...]
    News - Apr 23, 2012

    IDSA Atlanta. Render. Rock. Next.

    We love the IDSA events. Incredibly fun. We had an excellent KeyShot training session with standing room only, sponsored the Student Merit Award, gave away KeyShot licenses, including 8 EDU licenses to the Student Merit award winners and, best of all, had the pleasure of meeting people who absolutel[...]
    News - Apr 19, 2012

    Join KeyShot at IDSA Atlanta: Free Software, Demos and Training

    KeyShot will be on the industrial design scene at the IDSA Southern Design Dialogue Conference this weekend in the shining metropolis of Atlanta, Georgia. We've got the crew heading over, setting up and practicing their dueling demo skills to take on all the questions you may have. We'll have hugs, [...]
    News - Apr 13, 2012

    KeyShot 3 Review on 3D World

    3D World has posted a review on KeyShot 3 written by award-winning journalist Steve Jarratt. He covers the new features introduced with KeyShot 3 and provides a few great examples of the interface and set-up options, what he likes and what he would like to see.
    News - Apr 12, 2012

    KeyShot Rendering for Creo 2.0? You bet.

    This week PTC released the highly anticipated update to their new product line of Creo apps, Creo 2.0. KeyShot has supported the import of Creo models since it was first announced and today we're happy to say that you can bring your Creo 2.0 files into KeyShot as well.