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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Lightwave 3D Best 3D Product Acording to MacUser Readers

MacUser readers have awarded LightWave 3D® the 2008 MacUser Award for Best 3D Product. MacUser, the most frequently published Mac magazine in the United Kingdom, surveyed more than 3,500 consumers to determine that LightWave® was among the best Mac products across 15 product categories. All MacUser Award winners are listed at:
"We want to thank the 3D graphics community for choosing LightWave as best among all 3D products on the market," said Jay Roth, president, 3D division, NewTek Inc."Our passion is 3D, and to have those who share our enthusiasm recognize our efforts is beyond rewarding."
"The MacUser Awards have become the United Kingdom Mac industry’s most anticipated awards," said Nik Rawlinson, editor, MacUser. "It means you don’t have to make a buying decision on the trust of one friend – it’s like having the support of 3,500 people, providing Mac users with a list of products they should be coveting."
Responsible for more artists winning Emmy Awards than any other 3D application, NewTek LightWave 3D combines a state-of-the-art renderer with intuitive and powerful modeling and animation tools. The version 9 series represents a major upgrade to this award-winning 3D application with new capabilities including FiberFX, a complete hair and fur solution, a new lighting system and many improvements to animation, rendering and workflow. Known for its fast workflow and ease of use, LightWave also integrates well with other popular production tools for 3D and for compositing, with support for a wide range of formats. Tools and support that may cost extra in other professional 3D applications are part of the product package, including unlimited render nodes, hard- and soft-body dynamics, hair, fur, cloth simulation and more. LightWave is enjoyed worldwide as a complete 3D production tool for visual effects in television, film, broadcast graphics, games, visualization, print and web.

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