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Community Announcements - BrainDistrict
Create 3D content for fun, games, 3D printing, education or business by typing simple text descriptions.


BrainDistrict GmbH today released http://www.text-to-3d.com, an innovative new technology that allows anyone to create great looking 3D objects, scenes and environments easily and quickly by typing text commands, and in the future by speech.

Text-to-3D (TT3D) is a free cloud-based text rendering service, where users can easily login and begin creating scenes and objects at will.

How it Works:


Users simply type a sentence that describes the image they have in mind –
“a picture of Marilyn Monroe on the wall”, for example, or “a glass table on the floor”
– select the Render button and Text-to-3D will convert the text description into a 3D image in your scene.

Eventually users can create scenes like this http://www.text-to-3d.com/gallery

Users can then add to the scene using the objects and materials which are currently in the content library, they can also move the objects around, change the color of the objects, the sizes, materials and even the time period all by typing the descriptions.

Watch Text-to-3D in action via this video link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLo3zRa0yCs

Not only is Text-to-3D powerful and extremely intuitive, but its also free! In addition to some very cool technology, there is a growing community of users who contribute objects to the database, which makes the Text-to-3D experience richer each day.

Who is Text-to-3D for?


Text-to-3D is for everyone to experience and benefit from in various ways.

  • For anyone interested in creating 3D scenes that never imagined they could.
  • Gamers, architects and professional modelers who need to create a scene or environment in 3D, where time saving is essential.
  • For fun to share via social media networks, or communities to create different projects.
  • Businesses as a unique marketing tool for branded products.
  • For education, example - creating historical scenes in 3D, or class projects that can be worked on with multiple users.

BrainDistrict GmbH will also be making the Text-to-3D service available for desktop, mobile, tablet and Television devices very soon.

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“Everyone loves 3D, however to date, only a very small percentage of people are able to create 3D scenes and images. This is about to change; everyone will now have the power to create a 3D scene on his or her mobile, tablet or any device in a matter of minutes by simply typing text. Our goal is to give every English-speaking user complete freedom in his or her creativity. In addition to rendering cool 3D scenes, users will also be able to create games, and small movies using text and speech. This will change how we interact with 3D Graphics forever.”
Says BrainDistrict GmbH founder and CEO Markus Moenig.


Text-to-3D uses patent-pending technology and leverages BrainDistrict’s flagship 3D modeling and rendering program, RaySupreme 3D, which serves as a development platform for text enabled objects and materials.

The philosophy behind Text-to-3D aims to encourage 3D artists and other users to contribute objects, materials and language extensions to the Text-to-3D Cloud, so that over time the site will grow to house a rich library of 3D content that anyone can access for free.

In addition, BrainDistrict plans to allow commercial sponsors to develop and contribute sponsored content; so creating a new and powerful web-based platform for promoting branded products for example.

For full details and the opportunity to experience this revolutionary technology first hand, please visit http://www.text-to-3d.com
Community Announcements - BrainDistrict
Hi Steam Community,

Our latest tutorial is now out - This is Part 2 of the Dagger model created in How to Model a Dagger in RaySupreme 3D - Part 1.

In this concluding part of the tutorial you will be learning to add multiple materials to your dagger.

Select the link below to start this tutorial
How to Model a Dagger in RaySupreme 3D - Part 2


Note:


RaySupreme Version 1.53 is required to complete this tutorial, for existing RaySupreme 3D users please update to v1.53

If you are not yet a RaySupreme 3D user then please feel free to download the demo version and give the tutorial a go, you can download the demo version via the below link
Demo Version


The demo version gives you full access to this software, the only restriction is a watermark on your rendered image.

We hope you have enjoyed our tutorials so far, any requests or ideas for future tutorials are welcome as we are happy to listen.

Have fun modeling this dagger everyone

Team BrainDistrict
Community Announcements - BrainDistrict
Here is our latest tutorial, this is a detailed two part tutorial teaching you how to create a cool looking dagger in RaySupreme 3D.

In part 1 you will be using various techniques and tools to create the model, with part 2 you will be adding materials to the dagger.

Select the link below to start this tutorial
How to Model a Dagger in RaySupreme 3D, Part 1


Note:


RaySupreme Version 1.53 is required to complete this tutorial, for existing RaySupreme 3D users please update to v1.53

If you are not yet a RaySupreme 3D user then please feel free to download the demo version and give the tutorial a go, you can download the demo version via the below link

Demo Version


The demo version gives you full access to this software, the only restriction is a watermark on your rendered image.

Part 2 of this tutorial will be posted shortly.

Have fun modeling this dagger everyone
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Community Announcements - BrainDistrict
Hi all,

Here is our latest RaySupreme 3D tutorial, this is part 2 of the tutorial series where we will now look at adding material and lighting to our 3D model created in part 1.

Select the link below to start this tutorial.
How To Use Basic 3D Modeling Tools - Part 2


In part 1 we covered how to model a chair and in part 2 we will teach you how to add material and lighting to your model.

To access part 1 of this tutorial select the below link.
How To Use Basic 3D Modeling Tools


Note:


RaySupreme Version 1.53 is required to complete this tutorial, for existing RaySupreme 3D users please update to v1.53

If you are not yet a RaySupreme 3D user then please feel free to download the demo version and give the tutorial a go, you can download the demo version via the below link

Demo Version


The demo version gives you full access to this software, the only restriction is a watermark on your rendered image.

Stay tuned for our next tutorial which is more advanced -
"Modeling an ancient dagger"
.

Enjoy the tutorial
Community Announcements - BrainDistrict
Hello Steam community,

We are pleased to announce that v1.53 is now available on Steam.
New in RaySupreme v1.53 is AutoDesk FBX export support and new Cloud Simulation, as well as bug-fixes from some reported issues.

Version 1.53 now includes:


  • AutoDesk FBX Export support.
  • New Cloud feature and improved Sky Simulation.
  • Background reference images are fixed.
  • Saving and loading of UV textures for Template objects is fixed.
  • Crash on simultaneous viewport rendering and panning/orbiting/zooming is fixed.
  • Startup crash on Linux machines with older CPUs (Core 2 and similar not supporting SSE4) is fixed.
  • Texture Preview Fix for Specular/Transparent Materials.
  • The Weld and Mirror tools had some problematic default settings.
  • Texture Node Copy / Paste was bugged, fixed.

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/262650/
Product Release - Valve
RaySupreme 3D is Now Available on Steam!
RaySupreme is a full-featured, powerful and easy to use 3D modeling, texturing and rendering software that features many of the tools you would expect from any professional 3D software.

You can model, render, select and import objects in the same manner as most high-end 3D programs.

RaySupreme is designed for all users ranging from beginners to professionals at an unparalleled value.

RaySupreme is also the development platform for Text-to-3D, a new technology that enables users to create 3D works by simply typing text descriptions.

3D Artist Magazine gives RaySupreme an 8/10 review saying "RaySupreme is not your average "I want to be like everyone else" package"

Key Features:

  • 3D Modeling
  • UV Unwrapping
  • Full-featured Texture Painting
  • Global illumination Renderer
  • Compositing Features


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