Strata Design 3D CX 6.1 In Black & White

New ScriptFX Behaviours
When it came time to create some serious sample scripts our engineers took it a bit too far. These easy to use, drag-and-drop ScriptFX are all based on Strata Design 3D CX's Lua scripting language. These scripts come complete with source code for those that want to learn how to build their own - or just modify these. Whether you're interested in scripting or just using - these new ScriptFX will be yours very soon - and free to Design 3D CX 6.0 owners!


 
Heartbeat ScriptFX
Ever want to give your models a soul? Well, how about just a heartbeat then? This new ScriptFX makes it easy to get your pulse pounding.
  Bounce ScriptFX
This ScriptFX makes it easy to send your models on down the road with a bounce in their step. Set the elasticity, gravity and more.
 
Shake ScriptFX
Put the "randy" into random with this new ScriptFX. Set the start time, duration, range of motion and speed.
  Rotate ScriptFX
More than just taking your models for a spin, this ScriptFX gives you numerous controls such as duration, number of revolutions, ease-in and ease-out - and much more.
 

Sample Movie

More than just taking your models for a spin, this ScriptFX gives you numerous controls such as duration, number of revolutions, ease-in and ease-out - and much more.
   

Subdivided UVs
Previous to Design 3D CX 6.1, the UV maps were interpreted linearly. Although this functioned well in general practice, in areas where the tension of a subdivided mesh was high, the UV map would pull and stretch in undesireable ways (note edge polygons added to the left image with stretched UVs). Now the UV system takes the tension of the surface into account and maintains the integrity of the map across any subdivided surfaces (right image - no more stretching).


    Cut, Copy & Paste

Design 3D CX 6.1 includes important enhancements to the polygon modeling system. You can now copy and paste individual elements. This makes it possible to combine parts of various models in new and creative ways. You can even copy just the points and edges to build interesting new forms from these sub-polygon elements.