Mac Only Cheetah3D 6.0 with Bullet Physics Released
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Mac Only Cheetah3D 6.0 with Bullet Physics Released

Modeling, Rendering and Animation Software Created for 
Mac Graphic Designers, Game Developers, Architects and Hobbyists of All Levels

July 7, 2012 - Tapfheim, Germany - MW3D-Solutions announced the release of Cheetah3D 6.0, a major update to its professional level 3D modeling solution for Mac OS X. Developed from the ground up utilizing the latest Cocoa technologies, Cheetah3D is a lean, fast, and powerful 3D modeling, rendering, and animation package with a relaxed learning curve.

Cheetah3D provides many of the most useful features and organizes them within a beautifully elegant user-interface that is intuitive and easy to use. It offers many powerful tools, such as subdivision surface modeling, joint based character animation system, UV unwrapping, texture painting, rigid and soft body dynamics, PDF import, global illumination renderer, and much more.
The biggest change in v6.0 is the smooth integration of the industry-proven Bullet physics engine for the simulation of rigid-body and soft-body dynamics. It is now easy to create a bowl of marbles spilling or simulating a flag waving in the wind. Cheetah3D 6.0 can handle this easily with just a few mouse clicks.

The feature set is further enhanced with the possibility to extend Cheetah3D with JavaScripts and support for many common file formats, like FBX, 3DS or Collada. 

Major new features in Cheetah3D 6.0: 
Simulation of rigid-body and soft-body dynamics using the industry-proven Bullet physics engine 
Seamless integration of the physics engine with interactive realtime preview Simulation baking for complex scenes

Language support: 
  • U.S. English, German, and Japanese

Minimum Requirements:
Cheetah3D Gallery HERE

About MW3D and Cheetah3D: 
Located in beautiful Tapfheim, Germany, MW3D-Solutions is an independent software developer whose main goal is the development of easy-to-use yet powerful 3D software exclusively for Mac OS X with a focus on iterating state-of-the-art 3D modeling, rendering and animation algorithms into a true Mac user experience. 

Apple, the Apple logo,nd OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

Daryl Wise
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Martin Wengenmayer 
Developer +499070404