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3DQUAKERS
10 October 2008, 04:29 PM
I am happy to annouce the release of our long awaited Technical Director Training series for Softimage XSI 7.

The series consists of two (download format) DVDs, focusing on 3D Math, Vectors, Transforms, Arrays, Scripted Easing and Springing, among lots of other topics. It's intended to help people who shy away from Math concepts to have a better, solid grasp of them, and apply them to computer graphics and kinematics.

The language used is Jscript.

More info and demos can be found here: http://www.3dquakers.com (http://www.3dquakers.com/)

3dtutorial
10 October 2008, 04:46 PM
I am happy to annouce the release of our long awaited Technical Director Training series for Softimage XSI 7.

The series consists of two (download format) DVDs, focusing on 3D Math, Vectors, Transforms, Arrays, Scripted Easing and Springing, among lots of other topics. It's intended to help people who shy away from Math concepts to have a better, solid grasp of them, and apply them to computer graphics and kinematics.

The language used is Jscript.

More info and demos can be found here: http://www.3dquakers.com (http://www.3dquakers.com/)


Awesome -- great news, thanks for taking the time and effort to create this, it is appreciated.

Kind Regards,

Joe

ThE_JacO
10 October 2008, 10:29 PM
Congratulations on the release Charbel.

3DQUAKERS
10 October 2008, 01:21 PM
Thanks a lot Joe and Raf!

jgoldfin
10 October 2008, 02:35 PM
Thanks Charbel, we'll get this posted on our site soon as well.


Jen

ShadowM8
10 October 2008, 10:10 PM
Great release! Congrats on your hard work!

Sbowling
10 October 2008, 02:14 AM
Will this be useful for people using 6.5? It may be a while before I can upgrade to 7.

ThE_JacO
10 October 2008, 02:26 AM
have a look at this:
http://community.softimage.com/showpost.php?p=13001&postcount=24

Sbowling
10 October 2008, 07:15 AM
Thanks Jaco.

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