Peter Eastman’s Art of Illusion is 3D modeling software, a program often used for the production of computer-generated 3D static or dynamic imagery. While many of its users often make use of its photorealistic rendering tools, the program is in fact able to generate non-photorealistic 3D as well.
What makes Art of Illusion noteworthy, especially given its stability as a program, is that it packs serious punch for 3D image creation despite its status as a free-to-use program. In fact, some of its features are not ones found in comparable freeware and can be compared only to features found in high-end professional programs.
Users of the software can create advanced 3D animation using skeletal animation and inverse kinematics. Textures range from uniform and procedural 2D/3D to image mapped, and textures are also animatable. Multithreaded rendering is available, with users given more than a few light scattering choices. Users can create smart objects too via the program’s scripting language (Beanshell) and can perform post-processing using the photo filters preloaded onto the program. Examples of importable file formats include DEM, GEO, POV, 3DS, INC, LWO, and DXF.
Our users primarily use Art of Illusion to open these file types:
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