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    Default First Impressions of MachStudio Pro for architecture

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    Steve Bennet of the '2D Or Not 2D blog' has posted his first impressions of MachStudio Pro for use by AutoCAD architectural visualization professionals. MachStudio Pro is stand-alone, visualization and rendering software that uses multi-threaded GPU computing to enable architectural designers to import their models and create and manipulate lights, materials, and HDR cameras in a real-time, non-linear workflow environment.

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    Wonder how long it will take for Autodesk to buy this company lol.

    I am checking out the website right now. Looks interesting.
    If they have a demo, I might give it a run too.

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    I hope this will be the exception to the Autodesk-buy-everything rule

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    It looks great, I might give it a try and see if we would use it in the office or not.

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