|Developer(s)||Timothy Shead, Bart Janssens (current)|
0.8.0.5 / November 28, 2015
|Written in||C++ and Python|
|Operating system||Windows, OS X, Linux, FreeBSD|
|Type||3D computer graphics|
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K-3D is a free 3D modelling and animation software. It features a plug-in-oriented procedural engine for all of its content. K-3D supports polygonal modelling, and it includes basic tools for NURBS, patches, curves and animation. Despite its name it is not a KDE application; it uses the GTK+ toolkit via gtkmm.
K-3D's interface uses platform's look-and-feel, and it is therefore consistent with other applications that already exist.
K-3D features procedural and parametric work-flows. Properties can be adjusted interactively and results appear immediately. The node-based visualization pipeline allows more possibilities than traditional modifier stacks or histories because they are a form of Finite-state machine rather than a simple record of user interactions. Selection flows from one modifier to the next. Standards form the foundation on which K-3D builds - including native RenderMan support that integrates tightly with the K-3D user interface, and experimental support for LuxRender. K-3D supports a node-based visualization pipeline, thus allowing the connection of multiple bodies. Work on one side of a model, show the other side mirrored, and see the end result welded together as a subdivision surface in real-time. Go back, modify the beginning of a work-flow, and watch as changes propagate automatically to the end.
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