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3ds Max

Formerly known as "3D Studio," 3ds Max is a 3D modeling, animation and rendering program from the Media and Entertainment division of Autodesk, Inc., San Rafael, CA (www.discreet.com). Widely used in the areas of interactive games, visual effects for movies and industrial design models, the software lets you create 2D shapes that become the cross sections of the 3D models. The application includes an animation module that uses inverse kinematics, which links components so that they move together, adding to the effect of bringing a character to life. 3ds Max carried Autodesk's Discreet brand name until 2005. See Character Studio.
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Part of Autodesk's Live Design project, the demo used a Revit model imported into 3DStudio Max, Autodesk's software for professional 3D graphics modelling and animation.
Estos movimientos se modelaron con 3DStudio Max 6, en formato .3ds y fueron exportados en formato VRML.
These are the ones in 3DStudio Max: Create--AEC Objects--Fixed Window;
Using the sophisticated software programs Premier and AfterEffects, along with 3Dstudio by Autodesk, the team created their three-dimensional perspectives of the project.