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Autodesk 3ds Max 2018 Coming out April 12th!

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With the release of Autodesk® 3ds Max 2018® software scheduled on April 12, 2017, Autodesk will no longer include NVIDIA’s Mental Ray as part of 3ds Max. Instead, customers will be able to use Arnold for foreground (in-session) processing, in addition to Scanline, Quicksilver and Autodesk Raytracer (ART). Arnold was honored by the Academy with a Sci-Tech award this year and will enable customers to continue to create high quality work with 3ds Max 2018.

Autodesk 3ds Max 2018

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With the release of Autodesk® 3ds Max 2018® software scheduled on April 12, 2017, Autodesk will no longer include NVIDIA’s Mental Ray as part of 3ds Max. Instead, customers will be able to use Arnold for foreground (in-session) processing, in addition to Scanline, Quicksilver and Autodesk Raytracer (ART). Arnold was honored by the Academy with a Sci-Tech award this year and will enable customers to continue to create high quality work with 3ds Max 2018.

Congratulations Chaos Group for your Academy Award for V-Ray!

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Chaos Group’s V-Ray has been receiving a lot of attention lately. Most notably, Chaos Group was the proud recipient of an Academy Award for Scientific and Technical Achievement for the design and implementation of V-Ray. V-Ray was instrumental in the widespread adoption of fully ray-traced rendering for motion pictures, thanks to its efficient, production-ready approach and its support for a wide variety of workflows.

StratusCore’s Render Rocket proudly supports the V-Ray plugin for Autodesk’s 3ds Max and Maya. Check out the V-Ray Showreel for 2016 to see what artists have created with this Academy Award winning software.

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