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Rhino users introduced to GPU rendering

Published 27 May 2016

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: rhino, nvidia, amd firepro, ray tracing, iray, physically based rendering

Diamond ring rendered with Iray for Rhino using vMaterials.

Rhino users are being introduced to the world of GPU rendering with two new physically based renderers from graphics card manufacturers AMD and Nvidia.

Nvidia Iray for Rhino, which uses the same rendering engine as SolidWorks Visualize, works inside Rhino’s viewport. The software, which runs fastest on Nvidia CUDA GPUs, is available for $295 a year.

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WorldViz brings “warehouse-scale” Virtual Reality to Unreal and Unity engines

Published 26 May 2016

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: automotive, aerospace, vr, oculus rift, htc vive, worldviz

Automotive and aerospace designers could soon be walking alongside massive 1:1 scale virtual models of their designs before they are built thanks to advanced motion tracking technology from WorldViz.

The VR specialist is adapting its Precision Position Tracking (PPT) system to work with a number of new generation VR headsets using the popular Virtual Reality (VR) engines, Unity 5 and Unreal Engine 4.

PPT can track up to ten people or objects simultaneously across spaces measuring more than 50 x 50 metres, enabling what WorldViz describes as ‘true freedom of movement’ in VR – walking, running, crouching, turning, gesturing.

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Autodesk Memento goes commercial, now named ReMake

Published 26 May 2016

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: autodesk, reverse engineering, 3d scanning, remake

Autodesk Memento, the company’s latest tool for converting photos or scans into high-definition 3D meshes, has had a retitle with which to commence its commercial release.

Now named ReMake, the tool maintains its cross industry goals for taking in capture data and being able to clean, fix, edit, scale, measure, re-topologise and more within the same product.

Autodesk advises that ReMake handles reverse engineering as support for design and engineering, for asset creation for AR/VR, film, game, art, for archiving and preserving heritage.

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XYZprinting and SolidWorks partner for 3D Printing

Published 26 May 2016

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: solidworks, 3d printing, xyzprinting

XYZprinting’s partnership with SolidWorks increases ease of use to two popular educational resources

Dassault Systèmes has announced that SolidWorks will now integrate specifically designed 3D printing solutions for XYZprinting’s product ecosystem.

The new integration will let users print direct from SolidWorks, letting users ‘seamlessly design and 3D print’ from select XYZprinting devices.

Currently XYZprinting are one of the leading Desktop 3D printer manufacturers, with both FDM, DLP and SLA options. The partnership with SolidWorks continues the push to make ease of use key, while linking popular tools in the education sector.

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