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#1

Just a heads up, tomorrows 3D Motion Show might be of interest to you


#2

Ok, then fingers crossed for an Indie version :sunglasses:


#3

Why? McGavran cutting features and putting the price up?


#4

Seems like a bigger deal than usual, despite the anticipated and unfunny snark landing here as expected. Keen to see what pops up.


#5

If the 8:30 presentation contains what I think it does, the forums should be lively shortly afterwards.


#6

Whether it’s good or bad, it’s always lively after an announcement…

“OMG, AT LAST, THIS IS AWSOME” vs “WTF? MAXON? Still no Xdugef 2.0?, that’s it I quit, Blender here I come…”

And all the 50 shades inbetween…


#7

Fluff, what do you think it does?


#8

Likely something that is under NDA until the announcement :wink:


#9

Thoughts are under NDA now?


#10

Fluff is likely a beta tester under NDA


#11

Cool. Some good tech coming along, and thank God, more transparency.


#12

We didn’t announce any new transparency features :wink:


#13

Aha! Nice one. I must congratulate you on the brevity of the presentations. Very succinct.


#14

Unfortunately I missed Dave’s announcements… is there a URL anywhere to see it?

Nevermind, found it…:


#15

just go to the live stream and jump back 100 minutes.


#16

wow, project neutron looks really interesting!


#17

No doubt.

So is “Project Neutron” basically C4D’s answer to Blender’s Everything Nodes, or even Houdini?


#18

No, Neutron is neither, it is just the first incarnation of what later will become Cinema 4D. For now it is only a , very capable, Tech demo.


#19

Thanks Srek… It’s very exciting!


#20

Well, looks like a natural progression of XPRESSO and Cinema’s procedural nature. I hoped for something like that for many years. Looks great.
Also USD and updated Viewport sound great (and maybe Hydra under the hood?).