Realsoft 3D v6 for Linux Released
Realsoft 3D v.6 SP1 for Linux is now available. It runs on most modern Linux distributions, such as RedHat, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian, Slackware, Mandrake and SUSE. Currently RedHat 9 (glibc-2.3) is the oldest supported distro.
Both RPM and Debian packages are supported, as well as a .sh shell script based setup package, which should work on any Linux system.
Native versions for Intel's x86 and Athlon's x86_64 architectures are available.
Realsoft 3D v6 for Linux costs 200 Euros. An upgrade from an older Realsoft 3D version costs 100 Euros. The upgrade includes the new native 64 bit version.
Chrono for Linux Released
Chrono, the advanced multibody simulation plugin for Realsoft 3D, is now available for the Linux platforms. Chrono can be used for multibody analysis, complex collision simulations, real-time animation of vehicles and other simulation tasks of complex mechanisms. For more information, check out the DeltaKnowledge Gallery and Chrono feature list.
The plugin is available at the web shop of this website. A Chrono::Studio license cost 150 Euros.
Chrono for Linux requires Realsoft 3D v.6. Both 32 bit and native 64 bit platforms are supported.
A new Chrono Version Released
A new version of Chrono, the advanced multibody simulation plugin for Realsoft 3D, is now available. Chrono can be used for multibody analysis, complex collision simulations, real-time animation of vehicles and other simulation tasks of complex mechanisms. For more information, check out the DeltaKnowledge Gallery and Chrono feature list.
The plugin is available at the web shop of this website. A Chrono::Studio license cost 150 Euros.
Owners of the orginal 32 bit Chrono can download a free upgrade from the Software Updates area of realsoft.com. An upgrade to the 64 bit Chrono costs 50 Eur + VAT (32 bit site license included).
SP1 for Version 6 Released
The Service Pack 1 for Realsoft 3D version 6 for Windows platforms is now available in the Software Updates area of realsoft.com. The new version fixes a large number of errors reported after the initial release of version 6, and improves the overall performance of the software.
Realsoft 3D Version 6 for Windows Platforms Released
The Windows version of the new Realsoft 3D version 6 is now available. Some highlights of the new features:
You can buy the new product version from the web shop at realsoft.com. Upgrade from older versions of Realsoft 3D costs 150 euros.
Versions for other platforms (Linux, SGI Irix, Mac OSX) will be released in the near future.
An updated trial version 6 will become available at this website in January 2008.
Proceedings on SGI Irix platform
Realsoft 3D for SGI Irix has been updated to Version 5 Service Pack 4 level. Irix users can download the free upgrade from the Software Updates area of this website.
Version 6 upgrade is also under development.
Realsoft 3D V5 Service Pack 4 for Irix
Realsoft 3D V5 Service Pack 4 released for SGI Irix platform. Registered users can download the program in the Software Updates page.
Delta Knowledge Releases Advanced Plugins for Realsoft 3D V5
Delta Knowledge has released two plugin products for Realsoft 3D v5.
Chrono::R3D is a multibody simulation software. It can be used for multibody analysis, complex collision simulations, real-time animation of vehicles and other simulation tasks of complex mechanisms.
The plugin is available in two versions. The entry level Chrono::R3D Studio plugin costs 150 Euros, and the more extensive Chrono::R3D Extreme edition costs 320 Euros. Both plugins have the same simulation features, but the extreme edition has the ability to save save plots and graphs of recorded variables.
Delta Knowledge has given the following generous introduction offer: Customers, who purchase the Chrono::R3D plugin before the 6th of June 2007, will get the Extreme edition at the cost of the Studio edition! You can purchase the plugin from the web shop of www.realsoft.com.
Chrono simulation system is also available as a standalone middleware product. Software developers can easily take advantage of the advanced algorithms contained in the CHRONO::ENGINE library. For more information, please visit deltaknowledge.com.
The second released plugin is Revolution4D. This plugin expands the modeling features of the Realsoft3D software by integrating the functionality of the OpenCASCADE geometric kernel. For example, Revolution4D can load complex 3D models generated by high-end CAD modelers in STEP or IGES formats. Revolution4D is available free of cost in the Software Updates area of realsoft.com.
Chrono and Revolution4D are first released for the Windows platforms. They require the latest Realsoft 3D v5 SP4.
Realsoft 3D V5.1 Service Pack 4
Service Pack 4 is now available for the registered users at the Software Updates area of realsoft.com. This new version introduces a few new features needed by Chrono, Revolution4D and DynAtomic plugins.
Realsoft 3D for Mac OSX released
Realsoft 3D v.5 SP3 for Mac OSX is now available at the web shop of realsoft.com. The new product is first sold as a commercial beta, and the price has been discounted respectively. The price (300 Euros + VAT) includes free upgrades to the final version.
A site license for users who already own a Realsoft 3D license costs 100 Euros.
Versions for PowerPC and Intel hardware platforms are available. The required OS version is Panther or newer.
Some example screenshots:
Image 1 : The user interface. The View window shows a preview of the scene in shaded OpenGL mode.
New cover CD and tutorial in 3D World and Linux Format
3D World and Linux Format publish an extensive tutorial for Realsoft 3D in their first issues this year. In the tutorial, Tim Borgmann explains some techniques behind his awarded abstract images, which can be seen at www.bt-3d.de . The magazines also include Realsoft 3D v.4.5 Personal License in their cover disks and a great upgrade offer to the latest product version 5.
Warm thanks to our customers and partners for your support.
During this year 2005, two free service packs were released. They included some important new features, such as the new user interface look with customizeable 32-bit icons. However, most development efforts were already targeted to the next version 6, which will become available during the second half of 2006. Many thanks for the useful feedback, which you have sent to us via email and the user forums.
We look forward continuing the co-operation with you during the year 2006.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Service Pack 2
Realsoft Graphics has released the Service Pack 2 for Realsoft 3D version 5. The new version improves the overall performance of the software and introduces some important new features.
Service Pack 2 gives a major facelift for the user interface look of Realsoft 3D. The program now includes several alpha-blended 32 bit icon sets to suit various tastes and display resolutions. Customization is easy: any tool icon can be changed simply by replacing the respective image file in the icon folder.
SP2 for Windows platforms is available for the registered users of version 5 at the Software Updates area of realsoft.com. Linux and Irix versions will be released in the near future.
Service Pack 1 for V5 Released
The Service Pack 1 for Realsoft 3D version 5 on Windows is now available in the Software Updates area of realsoft.com. SP1 fixes most program errors, which have been reported to Realsoft after the initial release of version 5. As a free bonus to our loyal customers, some frequently asked new features has been included as well.
One of the new features of SP1 is support for new true color icons. A Windows XP compatible example icon set is available in the Software Updates area. A toolkit, which allows use of the new icons on other operating systems (i.e on those platforms, which do not support alpha channel of icons) will be released in the near future.
The improvements of the Service Pack 1 are already included into the versions for other platforms (Linux, Irix, Mac OSX). Realsoft's development efforts will now be focused on making V5 for these platforms available as soon as possible.
Thank you for your support during the year 2004. The new Realsoft 3D version 5 was just released successfully, and a new Service Pack release and the Linux Version 5 are almost ready for shipping. Also the Mac OSX version development is proceeding well. We look forward delivering you new software versions in the beginning of the next year.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
The Realsoft Team
Realsoft 3D V.5 for Windows Shipping
The Windows version of the new Realsoft 3D version 5 has been released. Some highlights of the new V5 features:
You can buy the new product version from our Web Shop and from authorized Realsoft 3D dealers.
Pricing (VAT excluded): Realsoft 3D v.5 for Windows 600 EUR/750 USD. Up to 75% educational discounts and a competitive upgrade discount available. For more information about prices, visit the web shop.
Versions for other supported platforms (Linux, SGI Irix, Mac OSX) will be released in the near future.
An updated trial version 5 is under development and will become available at this website in December 2004.
AC3D Import/Export plug-in
Marc Bayer has implemented AC3D import/export plug-in for the linux version of Realsoft3D. You can download the plug-in from the Software Updates / Linux page.
New sublicense program for educational institutes
Nonprofit educational institutes, which own a Realsoft 3D license and arrange graphics courses using Realsoft 3D, can now pass totally free sublicenses to their students.
For further information contact: email@example.com
First pictures of the alpha release of Revolution4D !
Deltaknowledge has been unveiled a new plugin for Realsoft 3D - Revolution4D !
The first snapshots can be seen at Revolution4D pictures.
The plugin brings CAD features in Realsoft3D. Revolution4D is for all Realsoft3D users which need to perform mechanical modeling, architectural design, nurbs design, 3D CAD, etc. http://www.deltaknowledge.com
Realsoft Graphics announces new educational prices
The educational license of Realsoft 3D V4.5 for Windows now costs only 150 EUR. The educational price of the Linux version is 100 EUR.
With the new lower prices, Realsoft 3D is even more affordable!
Got an earlier version of Realsoft 3D? Check out our new upgrade pricing. The price of the educational Windows upgrade has been reduced to 100 EUR and Linux to 75 EUR.
And donīt miss this: Customers who have purchased a new license or upgrade this year get Realsoft V5 free of cost when it ships.