ResPower announced its support for finalRender Stage-1, a Discreet Certified 3ds max Plug-in. Users can now log on to the ResPower site and render using finalRender Stage-1.
finalRender Stage-1, made by Cebas and distributed by Turbo Squid, is a rendering technology for 3ds max 4, 3ds max 5 and the latest 3ds max 6. Designed from the ground up based on the most requested benefits and features, finalRender Stage-1 includes: True Caustic Light Rendering with extended Energy Control; Fast Area Shadows; Realtime Volume Light Rendering; True Geometry Based Direct and Indirect Light Sources; Energy Based "Light Particle" Rendering System; First Renderer with fully Licensed "Zauner Shader" Technology; Energy Based "Light Particle" Rendering System; AI based "On Demand" Loading/Unloading of Geometry Intelligent and Automatic Raytracing Acceleration through AI-3D Space Segmentation; and True 3D UltraBlur Algorithm for fast Blurry Renderings.
Founded in January 2000, Turbo Squid is dedicated to the management and distribution of digital assets and other relevant content for 3D and 2D designers and creative professionals. Turbo Squid provides a global market for digital assets by enabling individual and corporate users to list, promote and sell their content to users around the world. In 2003 Turbo Squid was named as the exclusive publisher and worldwide distributor for the Discreet Certified 3ds max Plug-in Program. More information can be found at the company's Website www.turbosquid.com.
Discreet creates award-winning systems and software developed for digital media creation, management and delivery-across all disciplines from visual effects and editing to animation, game development, web/interactive design, and design visualization. Discreet is based in Montreal, Quebec and is a division of Autodesk, Inc., the world's leading design and digital media creation, management, and distribution company. For more information, visit www.discreet.com.
cebas Computer GmbH is a German developer of advanced 3D software for 3ds max and other 3D applications. The 14-yar-old company is based near Heidelberg.
ResPower, founded in December 2000 by Early Ehlinger and Ladd Ehlinger Jr. introduced beta testing of self-service Internet rendering in November of 2002 for Lightwave, and have since added Maya and 3ds max rendering. ResPower provides self-service rendering to clients worldwide, for projects ranging in scope from small to large volume rendering for television series and feature films, with clients such as Nickelodeon and NewTek. For more information, visit www.respower.com.