(October 23, 2003) Portland, OR--The Center for Visualization Technologies (Oregon3D) has announced its first road show and online training classes. Entitled The New Features of 3ds max 6, the shows are taught by Discreet-certified instructor, Gary M. Davis. The two-day courses and four-part series will present an overview of new additions and enhancements to the 3ds max tool kit. As a unified, object-oriented modeling, animation rendering software solution that integrates with Discreet's inferno, flame, and flint, 3ds max 6 is designed specifically for visual effects, character animation and next-generation gaming.
Dates and locations for The New Features of 3ds max 6 courses are as follows: Vancouver, BC on Nov. 11-12; and, Austin, TX on Nov. 15-16. A four-part eight-hour online series is scheduled for Dec. 9, 11, 16 and 18. A free one-hour Evolve online seminar is also available on Nov. 6.
For additional information as well as class and seminar registration, visit the Oregon3D Web site at www.oregon3d.com or contact Oregon3D's toll-free number at (866) 626-9100.
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