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  • 3D Modeling Program

    I had a questions regarding various 3D modeling programs that I'm reposting from this thread:
    http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...-you-tube.html

    Repost regarding the video of Radiator Springs Racers seen in the above thread....

    Does anyone know what 3D modelling programs were used for creating this ride demo?
    I'm working on a ride project myself and I've been trying to figure out what programs to use. I use a program in school called Pro/Engineering... but it's for creating CAD models and such for mechanical systems and stuff like parts... and I might use it to create the vehicle. But I still need a program to create the ride itself.

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    Re: 3D Modeling Program

    https://renderman.pixar.com/products/tools/index.html

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      Re: 3D Modeling Program

      That wasn't my question.
      I know what Pixar uses to make their movies. My question is what Imagineers use to make their ride demos. Unless it's the same program... however I do sort of doubt that due to the elementary look of the pre-vis... although it easily could be the same program with simplistic modeling done.

      I thought there were specific programs for working on rides though that allow you to set up a demo course that the vehicle will take and such. That's what I figured they were using.

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