Where In the World Is KeyShot? Graphics Systems User Conference

by | Oct 24, 2011 | 0 comments

KeyShot is tearing across the Midwest this week. We’ve hit Detroit Motor city (you can guess what that means. awww yeah.) and we’re heading up to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin for one ruckus SolidWorks User Group Conference. The Graphic’s System User conference. Why so ruckus? Well, KeyShot’s very own Jeff “RenderPunch” Hayden will be speaking. His presentation titled “KeyShot: Amazing Renderings and Animations from Your SolidWorks Data. In Seconds.” will be Tuesday, Oct 25 at 1:00 PM. If you happen to be at the show, head up to him and say hi. Don’t worry, he won’t punch you. Here are all the fist bumping details.

KeyShot: Amazing Renderings and Animations from Your SolidWorks Data. In Seconds.

Presented By: Jeff Hayden, Luxion Tues., Oct. 25
1:00 – 1:45 p.m.
DESIGNED FOR: ALL
KeyShot is a real-time 3D rendering and animation application that breaks down the complexity of creating photographic imagery from your SolidWorks data. Addressing the needs of designers, engineers, CG artists, and marketing professionals, anyone who has access to 3D data can create stunning images after watching a simple demo. The ease of use, ultra fast performance, and the accuracy of the final image have made KeyShot to the leading choice of rendering solution not just for SolidWorks users, but for many CAD users around the world.

Jeff Hayden, Director of Sales for Luxion, will take you through an overview of KeyShot, highlighting the entire process from start to finish. In addition, Jeff will demonstrate KeyShot 3, the latest release from Luxion which includes an all-new, patent-pending animation system that makes animating your designs just as simple as creating still images.

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Written By Josh Mings

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