Maxon To Showcase 3D Software At CCW
Maxon | Booth 1338 | Website: www.maxon.net
At CCW in New York (Nov. 11-12), Maxon, a developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions, will showcase the performance and versatility of Cinema 4D R17 (R17), the next generation of its 3D software package. Released in September, R17 delivers new, expanded and completely reworked features for exceptional performance and a powerful workflow including the new Take System, connectivity to the Houdini Engine, new sculpting and motion tracking features as well as reworked Spline tools.
Visitors to the Maxon booth will have the opportunity to see live R17 technology demonstrations and learn about the creative role the software plays in streamlining workflow to meet today’s constantly evolving broadcast motion graphics, feature film visual effects, video games and multimedia production challenges.
Maxon team members will also highlight recent collaborations with other leading software developers aimed at delivering customers improved Cinema 4D workflow productivity for creating high-end 3D images and animations that offer spectacular image quality.
Professional 3D motion graphics guest artists will also present at the Maxon booth throughout CCW to share the latest Cinema 4D techniques on a wide variety of high profile projects. Guest artists scheduled to present include John LePore, creative director at Perception; Jason Diaz, a 3D animator and designer with Imaginary Forces; Joe Herman, New York regional representative for Maxon Cinema 4D and founder of Legend Multimedia; and Athanasios “Thanassis” Pozantzis, 3D artist, Maxon Certified Instructor and principal at Noseman.
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