Carbon Scatter for 3ds Max Released
March 13, 2011 11:01 pm
CARBON SCATTER – THE POWER OF ECOSYSTEM™ WITH NATIVE INSTANCING!
March 10, 2010. Beaverton, Oregon e-on software, the leader in Digital Nature solutions today announced the immediate availability of Carbon Scatter, the company's instancing plugin for the mental ray™ and V-Ray™ renderers for 3ds Max.
Carbon Scatter is the easiest and most straightforward solution for creating complex and detailed populations using the native instancing technologies of 3ds Max. Versions of Carbon Scatter for Maya and Cinema4D* will be available shortly (an Open Beta will be released in the coming weeks).
Carbon Scatter integrates e-on's patented EcoSystem™ algorithms directly inside the end user's favorite 3D application, allowing the population of native scenes with millions of instances and rendering them with the user's renderer of choice.
*Versions for Softimage and LightWave are under consideration.
Some of the key features of Carbon Scatter include:
A complete and detailed list of features is available at www.carbonscatter.com
Pricing and Availability
Carbon Scatter is available in English for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 for both 32 and 64 bit.
Carbon Scatter comes in 3 flavors: Carbon Scatter Single, Carbon Scatter Multi and Carbon Scatter Multi-CE (Content Edition).
Carbon Scatter Single and Carbon Scatter Multi ship with a small collection of 8 SolidGrowthCS plant species. Carbon Scatter Multi-CE ships with over 100+ SolidGrowthCS Plant Species (Carbon Scatter Multi-CE plant species cannot be read by Carbon Scatter Single or Multi).
Special Offers and Product Suites
Until April 11, 2011, e-on software is offering its Vue Infinite and xStream users a time limited $200 discount on Carbon Scatter Multi-CE (available for users of Vue from version 6 to version 9).
In the coming days, e-on software will be introducing Product Suites. Product Suites are cost-effective bundles of e-on software products designed to work together. The first two Product Suites to be released will include:
About e-on software
E-on software is the leading developer of solutions for the creation, animation, rendering and integration of natural 3D environments. Offering a wide array of Digital Nature products and applications, e-on software provides solutions adapted to every project and budget. E-on software products are used worldwide by the film, television, architecture, game, science, educational and entertainment industries.
E-on software products were used in features film such as "Avatar", "Clash of The Titans", "The Wolf Man", "2012", "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus", "GI Joe – The Rise of The Cobra", "The Proposal", "Land Of The Lost", "Terminator 4, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", "Indiana Jones 4", "Monster Vs Aliens", "Australia", "The Spiderwick Chronicles", "KungFu Panda", "Pirates of the Caribbean 2" and TV series such as "Battlestar Gallactica", "Stargate Atlantis" and more. Read more on these stories in e-on software's Spotlights section: www.e-onsoftware.com/spotlight.
E-on software was founded on the premise that powerful graphics tools should never get in the way of the designer's creativity. By investing significant resources into research and development, e-on software is able to deliver cutting-edge, user friendly technologies that produce stunning Digital Nature scenery.
E-on software is based in Beaverton, Oregon with a European office in Paris, France.
Visit their website at http://www.e-onsoftware.com.
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