Adobe Photoshop turns 25!
Adobe Photoshop turns 25 today. "For 25 years, Photoshop has inspired artists and designers to craft images of stunning beauty and reality-bending creativity," said Shantanu Narayen, Adobe president and chief executive officer. "From desktop publishing, to fashion photography, movie production, website design, mobile app creation and now 3D Printing, Photoshop continues to redefine industries and creative possibilities." Photoshop is one of the most recognized software brands in the world with tens of millions of users, and is the go-to application for digital image manipulation. Adobe is also launching an advertising campaign, "Dream On," for The Academy Awards -- as a tribute to 25 years of amazing art created in Photoshop. The TV commercial includes work from Photoshop artists and iconic images from major motion pictures that used Photoshop in the making, including Avatar, Gone Girl, How to Train Your Dragon 2 and Shrek. The spot can be seen here. [source]
Carbon Scatter 2015 trial version available
S catter millions of instances in seconds, create wind-swept forests or animated crowds and render them directly inside 3ds Max, Maya and CINEMA 4D, using the new Carbon Scatter 2015 plug-in.
Major upgrade to Tiffen Dfx digital filter suite
The Tiffen Company released the highly-anticipated version 4 of the award-winning Tiffen Dfx digital filter suite.
PlantFactory and VUE 2014.6 PLEs
The "Personal Learning Edition" of PlantFactory and Vue, e-ons virtual nature products, are now updated for the recently announced 2014.
Unity 5 launched
Unity 5 is the new edition of the popular development platform for creating 2D/3D games and interactive experiences.
Unreal Engine 4 now available for free!
Unreal Engine is now free to use for everything from game development, education, architecture, and visualization to VR, film and animation.
ARRI Amira and Alexa updated
ARRI updated its flagship digital film cameras with the release of Software Update Packet (SUP) 11.
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