Posted Tue Jun 3, 2014
Thinkbox’s Stoke MX 2.0 released8 Comments
Thinkbox Software has delivered a major update to its particle reflow and field manipulation toolkit. New features include:
- New methods of working with 3D data (including particles, fields, meshes and level sets) to produce and synthesize complex simulations quickly and with a high level of control.
- Addition of Genome, a procedural geometry modifier previously available as separate software. Genome can be used to create procedural deformation, selection and editing modifiers, and provides access to Krakatoa particle streams for mesh-particle interaction. It also integrates with Thinkbox's Frost and Xmesh.
- Flexible I/O ensures Stoke MX 2.0 users can easily handle data from both third party applications and legacy particle systems.
- Dedicated atmospheric effect enables users to render fields in various 3DS Max renderers including Default Scanline and V-Ray.
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