KeyShot will be included with Alibre Design Expert and Professional.
Irvine, California - Luxion, a developer of advanced rendering and lighting technology, and Alibre, developer of feature-rich and low cost CAD/CAM software, announced that starting immediately KeyShot technology will be bundled with Alibre Design Expert and Professional. For under $500 customers can get powerful 3D modeling and 2D drafting, and enjoy stunningly realistic product visualization.
KeyShot is an interactive raytracing and global illumination program developed by Luxion for both PC and Mac that breaks down the complexity of creating photographic images from 3D models. KeyShot is the new name for the successful HyperShot software, the first interactive raytracing and global illumination program. Combined with its ease of use KeyShot gives anybody involved with 3D data the ability to create photographic images in a matter of minutes, independent of the size of the digital model. KeyShot supports many native file formats, including SolidWorks, Rhino, SketchUp, Obj, IGES and STEP.
“KeyShot changes the process of rendering completely,” said Paul Grayson, CEO and Founder of Alibre. “We have chosen KeyShot as our rendering solution since it allows us to deliver a complete end-to-end solution to our customers, combining extreme ease-of-use, a high level of capabilities and a very reasonable price.”
“We are very excited about working with Alibre”, said Henrik Wann Jensen, Chief Scientist of Luxion. “Alibre’s business model allows to reach out to an entirely new audience that we haven’t been able to reach before. Their price point brings the same level of accessibility to 3D design as our technology brings to the rendering community.”
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