Bionatics, a leading developer of 3D plant modeling and simulation tools for the 3D industry, announced the launch of a series of exceptional discounts on its EASYnat and natFX product line to celebrate its five years of development in the 3D industry.
Over the past five years, Bionatics has been boosting the development of the real-time 3D industry through a continuous offering of innovative new services and technologies improving and accelerating the modeling of realistic plants and landscape, explains Stephan Gourgout, vp/sales director of Bionatics. Today, our products are used by several thousands of 3D artists and architects, in more than 50 countries, leading to more than 50,000 seeds ordered. We want to celebrate this great achievement with our customers through an exceptional offer for a Bionatics 50 plant pack.
The 50 plant pack special consists of a discount of up to 30% on the 50 Seed Packages offered with the EASYnat and the natFX products as follows:
The natFX 50 Seed Pack content:
50 natFX Seeds free of choice(Clients who already own a natFX license)Price = $1,260 U.S. instead of $1,750 U.S.Price = 1,080 instead of 1,500 (Europe)
1 natFX + 50 natFX Seeds free of choice(Compatible with 3ds Max or Maya)Price = $1,990 U.S. instead of $2,740 USPrice = 1,970 instead of $2,410 (Europe)
The EASYnat 50 Seed Pack content:
50 EASYnat Seeds free of choiceCompatible 3ds Max, VIZ & VIZ RenderPrice = $720 U.S. instead of $1,250 USPrice = 630 instead of 990 (Europe)
Shipping costs may vary according to shipping zone. Contact Bionatics for more info.
Time Limited Offer: Nov. 1 to Dec. 22.
Bionatics also announced the free availability of its EASYnat plant and tree modeling product along with six plants for Autodesk 3ds Max 9. EASYnat and the six plants, including trees, pines, bushes, flowers and palm trees are accessible from the 3ds Max 9 installation CD-ROM or directly from the EASYnat website (www.easynat.com).
Bionatics (www.bionatics.com) develops a complete lineup of innovative solutions today used by leading firms in the industry of architecture, videogame, 3D animation and military training simulation (Foster & Partners, Jean Nouvel, Disney Feature Animation, Weta Digital, Electronic Arts, Ubi Soft, SEGA, CAE, Thales, Lockheed Martin, Boeing). Established in 2001 by Stéphane Gourgout and Michel Murail, Bionatics was born from the scientific research lead by CIRAD, which brought to life the AMAP technology used behind its EASYnat, natFX and REALnat products. The company has developed strategic collaboration with the leading manufacturers, such as Autodesk and Alias, in order to offer better production workflows to its final users. natFX is available for 3ds Max and Maya.