Today it was announced that the Blender development fund had skyrocketed past another huge milestone thanks to a new, $1.2M mega grant from Epic Games. This means that at the time of writing the current development fund stands at a whopping €67048 / month, which is already being put to good use to improve and enhance Blender further. I would like to take the opportunity to congratulate the team at the Blender foundation as this is a massive achievement and very well deserved. With a multitude of new tools already being developed for future releases (everything nodes, UDIM support, advanced snapping & modelling tools) thanks to the development fund and the final 2.8 release only just around the corner, this is definitely and exciting time to be a Blender user.
The first phase of our brand new website is now live, so welcome and please feel free to take a look around. Due to the fact that we’ve been so busy over the last few months with no sign of that changing anytime soon, the site will be published in a few different stages. This is simply because I haven’t had the time or opportunity to complete all the new content yet, but this is something that I will be attempting to achieve within the two weeks. Please check back then to see more update.
It looks like 2019 is already shaping up to be an exciting year for 3D content creators. Today it was announced that Adobe has acquired Allegorithmic and their entire suite of 3D content creation tools. You can read the full announcement by Sébastien Deguy (Allegorithmic founder and CEO) on the Medium.com website.
Here’s some key points to take away from the official acquisition statement:
- Sébastien Deguy will lead Adobe’s 3D initiatives, and help take them to the next level. In addition, the Allegorithmic team will remain unchanged.
- Adobe is building an expanded team to focus on the incredible opportunities in 3D and immersive design.
- Substance tools will become flagship Adobe products.
- Adobe has been investing in Allegorithmic for two years, so this isn’t a typical acquisition. Teams from both companies have actually been working together for a considering period of time already and clearly have a lot of respect for each other.
- This could significantly improve both Photoshop and After Effects for 3D content creators who already subscribe to Adobe CC.
Providing that Sébastien Deguy remains in charge and the Allegorithmic team remains unchanged, this could end up working out very well. Adobe has a gigantic R&D department that Allegorithmic will now be able to access. This will allow them to develop new tools and features that will significantly enhance future versions of Substance tools. Whatever your thoughts might be about this acquisition, one other thing is very clear. Demand for 3D content creation (including 3d visualisations, AR and interactive) is definitely growing and Adobe clearly now views 3D content creation as both a necessity and essential part of their future plans. This can only be a positive thing for 3d content creators who may now be able to provide their specialist services to a much wider audience then ever before.
I wish the entire Allegorithmic team the best of success with the acquisition!
That’s a wrap on another animated explainer video. This time, we’ve been working alongside the fantastic team at Revanista to produce a video that explains their revolutionary, new service.
Watch the video below to find out more.
Both nodes are equipped with:
- AMD RYZEN 2990WX Threadripper CPU’s
- 64GB DDR4 Corsair Vengeance Ram
- Samsung EVO 970 Pro M.2 SSD’s
- Asus ROG Zenith Extreme Motherboards
- Touch Screen Fan Controllers
- Corsair Hydro H100 Liquid Coolers and stunning Corsair Graphite 780T Black Chassis.
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