Cl3ver announced the upcoming release of v3.0 of their browser-based 3D engine for creating interactive presentations. New features include: WebGL GPU-accelerated lightmaps, support for additional 3D formats, improved UI and a new sharing system that will enable project owners to quickly invite users to view, edit and collaborate on projects in a secure environment. Cl3ver 3.0 is scheduled for release on March 11. More on Cl3ver.com.
In his latest podcast Allan McKay interviews 3DS Max Product Manager Eddie Perlberg, covering subjects such as 3DS DOS IPAS, 3DS Max, the contributions from Tom Hudson and Peter Watje, the CG industry, etc. More on Allan McKay's website.
New realistic 3D stock model collections of scanned food offer fat free polys for your virtual 3D human models. The latest virtual edibles include CGAxis' 3D Food III and Evermotion's Archmodels vol. 150.
Chaos Group's Vladimir Koylazov has published a funny list of answers that the company's programmers came up with for when the software doesn't work. The list is obviously a joke, and contains answers such as "Evil spirits - I've got no other explanation". Read the list on Google Plus.