MADRID, June 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Next Limit Technologies and the RealFlow team are delighted to announce the official release of the new RealFlow | Cinema 4D - now you can get the best in fluid simulation directly inside Cinema 4D. This plugin aims at providing a faster and easier workflow for Cinema 4D users, as you do not have to go back and forth between 3D platforms. You can use all the native Cinema 4D tools, and connect fluid particles to MoGraph, Hair, Pyro Cluster, etc. RealFlow | Cinema 4D gives you untainted RealFlow quality for your high-end small and medium scale fluids from inside the Cinema 4D user interface.
The main RealFlow | Cinema 4D benefits include:
- Serious Fluids. Built on RealFlow's Dyverso solver.
- Simple Workflow. It's all inside Cinema 4D.
- Tight integration. Use native Cinema 4D modifiers and tools combined with RealFlow.
- High Speed. GPU accelerated, supporting CUDA and OpenCL.
- Affordable. High-end simulations without the high-end price tag.
"As a long-term Cinema 4D trainer and Freelancer I am very much used to its famous ease of use and workflow. That is why I am especially happy about the new RealFlow | Cinema 4D native integration, which allows me to focus even more on the artistic part without having to switch applications. Great job!"
Arndt von Koenigsmarck
MAXON Certified Lead Instructor for CINEMA 4D
RealFlow | Cinema 4D is now available for purchase through the RealFlow website. Until the end of June, users can take advantage of a 25% early-bird discount.
ABOUT NEXT LIMIT
Next Limit Technologies is a software development company founded in 1998 with corporate headquarters in Madrid, Spain. Next Limit has gained a world-wide reputation for providing cutting edge simulation technologies for a broad range of applications in Computer Graphics, Science and Engineering.
Next Limit's products include RealFlow (fluid and dynamics simulation for 3D visual effects), Maxwell Render (physically accurate light simulation and render engine), XFlow (CFD software for engineering and scientific applications), and its newest addition CaronteFX (high fidelity physics for videogames). More information at http://www.nextlimit.com
SOURCE Next Limit Technologies