Digital Art Zone launches 3D clothing software

May 25th, 2012 by Manmohan Leave a reply »

Digital Art Zone (DAZ) announced GenesisTM Supersuit, a revolutionary product which reinvents 3D clothing for its free software DAZ StudioTM. This single product allows users to create an almost unlimited number of costume designs. DAZ announced its free 3D software offering on Feb. 1, 2012, resulting in over 250,000 new users.

Using state-of-the-art shader technology, users can add an astonishing number of materials, from precious metals to fur. The product line offers a variety of pre-configured clothing sets for fantasy, superheroes and sci-fi or the user can create a costume from their own imagination. Built to support cross-platform modern 64-bit architecture, Genesis Supersuit is available from the DAZ store starting at $39.95.

“Genesis Supersuit is the biggest advance in 3D clothing technology since the original DAZ bodysuit,” said Matt Wilburn, DAZ’s chief marketing officer. “There’s never been a product like this in the marketplace. We have shown it to many of the world’s best 3D artists, and they are raving about the versatility and power of this product.”

At the heart of the Genesis Supersuit are almost 100 intelligent material zones which provide the most highly configurable 3D clothing available. Each zone can be changed for size, shape and material, resulting in almost unlimited combinations. These zones in the head and face can be morphed into helmets, masks or goggles. Zones in the body can be configured into anything from futuristic armor to furry costumes.

Digital Art Zone (DAZ) is the leading provider of 3D software and content. DAZ publishes DAZ Studio, an easy-to-use and robust software tool with a simple user interface.

The software allows digital artists to easily add and manipulate models and morphs, adjust the textures applied to 3D models, add and adjust lighting and fine-tune the render process. Regardless of artistic background, DAZ empowers anyone to create better graphics faster through its powerful tools and content.

Source:http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textiles-technology-news/newsdetails.aspx?News_id=111476

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