Autodesk Announces Maja, Toxik And MotionBuilder 2009 At SIGRAPH 2008

Posted: Aug 12 2008, 12:38am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:59am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
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Autodesk announces a bunch of new 3D software releases in time for the SIGGRAPH 2008, which starts today in the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The new Autodesk software releases include the 10-Year anniversary release of Maya Software 2009. Maya 2009 includes a host of advancements in modeling, animation, rendering and effects that maximize productivity, optimize workflows, and provide new creative possibilities.
Other new Autodesk packages include Toxik 2009 Visual Effects Software, MotionBuilder 2009 3D Character Animation Software, Stitcher Unlimited 2009 and ImageModeler 2009 Software Products.

Autodesk also announces the intent to acquire 3D Geo, a geospatial infrastructure and urban modeling solutions company.
More details on all the new Autodesk announcements can be found on the Autodesk site.

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