Applications for Life Company today announces Box Shot 3D 3.3.1, the long-awaited multiple shapes update to their powerful utility that renders 3D shapes with user provided images. Using ray-tracing rendering technology, Box Shot 3D allows anyone to render software boxes, book covers, magazines, CD, DVD and Blu-Ray boxes, cans, bottles, mugs, bags and much more. No 3D-knowledge is required and the results look very professional. Version 3.3.1 offers the ability to add several shapes to a scene.
Bram Stolk announces the release of Superformula 1.0 for iOS. The Superformula, or Gielis-formula was first proposed by Johan Gielis. The formula can be used to define a wide range of shapes, including shapes that occur in nature. The endless variations of this formula create a rich and colorful world with billions of different shapes. The strength of this application comes from the lightning fast calculations used to determine the shapes. The app uses an OpenGL-ES2 vertex shader.
Keynote Theme Park has announced the release of Serif Letter Shapes in Times Extra Bold Regular and Italic. This add-on product is created specifically for Keynote but can easily be used with the other iWork applications. Use Keynote’s advanced fill attributes of graduated colors to make unique drop caps and titles. Fill the letters of a word with different images or span multiple letters by masking with multiple copies of a single panoramic image.
Rengi Rengi today released Kids Paint Plus 2.0 for iPad users. Specially developed for children, Kids Paint Plus features multiple pages, some which already have drawings on them that kids can color. The remaining pages are there for little ones to create masterpieces from scratch. The color is applied to the pictures in much the same way as finger painting. Version 2.0 allows for simultaneous multiple finger use and lets parents save their child’s creations to a photo library.