announces Power Solids Viewer and Power Booleans Viewer
San Diego, February 19, 2004 - nPower Software announces
2 new free products: Power Solids Viewer and Power Booleans Viewer for 3ds Max / Viz.
Solids, Power Translators, Power RhinoToMax and Power Booleans have become popular tools for artists,
engineers, designers, architects, and others. Since these plug-ins
have become so popular, there is a strong need to share models created
with these plug-ins. Now models built with
these popular programs can be shared with others using the new free viewer
plug-ins. Power Solids
viewer allows users to view and render models created with Power Solids,
Power Translators and Power RhinoToMax. Power Booleans viewer allows
viewing and rendering of models containing Power Booleans.
About Power Solids
Power Solids introduces a state of the art precise CAD geometric modeling
kernel into 3ds Max. It performs dynamic tessellation at render time
to generate the most precise and efficient representation. Power
Solids and Power Translators data is very well suited for export back to
CAD systems through our STEP, IGES, SAT, Rhino data translation. Power Solids and Power Translators are powered by
SOLIDS++, the Object Oriented Modeling Kernel, a powerful NURBS based solids modeling kernel from IntegrityWare.
About Power Booleans
The Power Booleans plug-in extends 3ds Max with
powerful, accurate, and fun polygonal Boolean operations. Power
Booleans also supports level editing, quad meshing, and integrated
Booleans is powered by POPLib, a powerful polygonal modeling kernel from IntegrityWare.
How to Get Power Solids viewer and
Power Booleans viewer for 3ds Max / Viz
Power Solids viewer is free and can be downloaded from the nPower Software web site at www.nPowerSoftware.com.
About nPower Software
nPower Software LLC is a company founded by IntegrityWare, Inc. (www.IntegrityWare.com)
employees to market the technology developed by IntegrityWare over the
past 7 years into the end-user graphics plug-in market.
nPower Software Contact
David Gill, VP of Product Development
Turbine modeled by Akihiko Tarutani
using Power Solids and Power Booleans. View
high resolution image
Rhino model from Akira Ota translated into 3ds Max using Power Translators. View
high resolution image.