Software - 3DS Max
Brick Visual has released a video on its Vimeo channel that shows a new Scene Manager tool for 3DS Max. Very few details beyond the video are known at this point. From the demonstration, it would appear to be focused on archviz and include features to support multi-camera scenes, animation, look dev, notes, tasks and more. No details have been released yet about pricing and release date. Watch the preview on Vimeo. We'll share more news as it becomes available.
We Suck Less has released Reactor 2.0, a new open source package manager for Fusion and Divinci Resolve. The free application is designed to streamline the installation, distribution and management of 3rd party content for Fusion through the use of packages that are synced with an online Git repository. It allows users to install 3rd part scripts, plugins and other content with just a few clicks, and because it it synced to an online repository, it's easy to keep plugins up to date. (more...)
Chaos Group has made their keynote speech presented at the Total Chaos event in Sofia available to view online. The hour and a half presentation features product demos; some insights into Ikea's pipeline and thoughts on VR, AR and MR; NVIDIA's AI denoiser and real-time ray tracing demos; and Google discussed cloud-based rendering. Watch it on YouTube.