Imagine 3D For Windows 2.x

Category: Multimedia
Year: 1999
Description:-Imagine was the name of a cutting-edge 3D modeling, animation and ray tracing program, originally for the Amiga computer and later also for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows. It was created by Impulse, Inc. It used the .iob extension for its objects. Imagine was a derivative of the software TurboSilver, which was also for the Amiga and written by Impulse. CAD-Technologies continued the distribution of the Amiga version. Starting with version 5.1, new updates were available for free for current customers as part of the Amiga Constant Upgrade Program (ACUP) up until presumed Imagine 6.0 release. -I-Files manuals (PDF) included and links for additional books. -CUP (Constant Update Program) versions 2.12, 2.13, 2.14, 2.15, 2.16, 2.17, 2.18, 2.19 are included and other versions has additional functionality (eg: 2.19 includes volumetrics and real lights and much faster ray-tracer but other functions may work better in previous versions). NOTE: Excellent book based on Imagine 3D is "3D Modeling Lab: Create Beautiful 3D Photorealistic Models on your PC" (archive dot org).
Manufacturer: Impulse Inc
Localization: EN
OS: Windows XP

Files to download

#22433Imagine3D_v219_Windows.zip128.1 MB0xE9315558

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On Thursday January 27, 2022 Raphael Jean said:

Bonjour. J'ai commencé la 3d dans les années 90 avec 2 logiciels phares à l'époque Sculpt Animate 4D et Imagine 3D d'Impulse. J'ai téléchargé Imagine par nostalgie. A l'époque c'était le must sur Amiga. J'ai arrêté la 3d pendant des années . J'ai repris en 2008 avec des logiciels comme Cinéma 4d, Zbrush, 3D Coat etc... Aucune comparaison avec Imagine, mais je garde une certaine affection pour ce logiciel avec lequel j'ai commencé.