Mosketch updated with a streaming server for integration with other 3D software
Moka Studio has announced a new early access build of Mosketch, its standalone 3D animation software for animating characters and creatures that allows the user to sketch poses in addition to more traditional approaches where you control each bone separately. Mosketch also supports seamlessly switching between IK and FK while animating, touch-enabled devices like Wacom’s Cintiq, GPU acceleration for the IK solver and more.
Version 0.17 adds a streaming server that allows the user to connect Mosketch with other 3D applications to send and receive joint values. Using this new feature it is now possible to animate in Mosketch, and see the results, in real-time, in another 3D package.
A script and demo tutorial are provided that allow Mosketch to connect to Autodesk Maya. The script is open source and developers are invited to adapt it to integrate Mosketch with other applications.
It’s available for both Windows and Mac at an early access price of $72 (the regular price will be $180). To find out more about Mosketch, visit Moka Studio’s website.