When you slide on a set of headphones or feel the vibrations pounding your eardrums through a set of quality ear buds, the details that came together to produce it may not be so obvious.
Someone slam some wood texture on that surface! NICE. This month, it’s all about textures. The basics, making them, applying them and more.
It’s down to the wire and we are full steam ahead, finalizing the newest and much anticipated features of KeyShot 4.1. The first update after a major release is always exciting and very soon, we will release KeyShot 4.
We would like to congratulate this year’s Industrial Design graduates at California State University Long Beach. CSULB is just down the 405 from Luxion headquarters.
Our minds were recently blown by the incredible renderings and extreme detail in a recent Customer Spotlight on Simon Williamson. He continues to amaze with new work that shows just how detailed his models can be.
We’ve had a continuous flow of beans into the coffee grinder with several developments in the works and KeyShot 4.1 on the horizon. One small but important part of this is releasing a series of new KeyShot tutorials.
We love the growing KeyShot community on Facebook, meeting new users, seeing what others are creating with KeyShot and sharing that with over 43,000 friends! More and more people are following KeyShot each day, so we wan
How do you visualize the functionality of your concept models? A sweet animation rendered in HD and set to Daft Punk is sure to turn a few heads.
There’s nothing like getting your model a little dirty… or, shiny enough to reflect the light of 1,000 suns. Either way, KeyShot has you covered, quite literally, with labels.
We were excited to see a product concept visualized in KeyShot that is not only life-changing, but potentially life-saving.