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Autodesk Design Visualization Reel 2011 Call for Submissions 0

Autodesk Design Visualization Reel 2011 Call for Submissions

Looking to show off your best assets? Be part of the Autodesk Design Show Reel 2011! The Design Show Reel 2011 will be showcased at AUTODESK UNIVERSITY November 29th to December 1st, 2011. The Reel will be featured in all sessions and to the opening of the Main stage presentation on the Autodesk website, AREA and the Autodesk You Tube Channel as well as at events throughout the year […]

Oscar Winners Avatar, The Hurt Locker, and Logorama Employ Autodesk Technology 0

Oscar Winners Avatar, The Hurt Locker, and Logorama Employ Autodesk Technology

For the 15th consecutive year, every Oscar-winning movie for Best Visual Effects was created with the help of filmmaking tools from Autodesk. Autodesk Digital Entertainment Creation software was also used to help shape this year’s nominees and winners for Achievement in Cinematography, Best Animated Feature Film, and Best Animated Short Film […]

Autodesk 3ds Max wins Game Developer Award for “Best Art Tool” of 2009 0

Autodesk 3ds Max wins Game Developer Award for “Best Art Tool” of 2009

Each year, Game Developer looks at the powerful lineup of new products and new releases of important tools, from game engines to books, and selects the top five products in each category. Front Line Awards finalists represent the most innovative, user-friendly, and useful products from behind the scenes of the world’s best video games. For this year, Autodesk 3ds Max won Game Developer Award for Best Art Tool […]

Autodesk to buy Softimage|XSI 0

Autodesk to buy Softimage|XSI

Autodesk has signed a definitive agreement with Avid to acquire substantially all of the assets of Avid’s Softimage business unit for around US$35 million. This will mean that Autodesk will own three of the main 3D suites: 3ds Max, Maya and Softimage|XSI. Autodesk plans to acquire and continue developing the core Softimage|XSI suite, the Softimage|Face Robot facial animation software, the Softimage|Cat character animation plug-in for 3ds Max and the Softimage|Crosswalk ‘interoperability solution’ – which will be integrated with Autodesk’s own sharing technology…