Indigo News
1 May 2009

Quiet release

We've opened up the beta group to all users. You can go there and download the Indigo 2.0 beta for os x and windows. You can also buy a beta licence of Indigo with two node licences (including free upgrades for life) for 295€ at the glare tech store. We'll talk more about this soon...

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29 Apr 2009

Per user galleries

You can now view per user galleries. Not every user has been put across successfully - but many have - like these examples from bbb and filippo.

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25 Apr 2009

Fixed gallery image authors

I've fixed the image authors for galleries. See this render by bbb for example.

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24 Apr 2009

The future of Indigo

This post in the forum is in response to questions about the future of Indigo. There will always be a free version of Indigo. We'll have a proper announcement about the commercial future of Indigo later today. :)

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23 Apr 2009

Impressive animation from SATtva_

SATtva_ has been on a roll lately - as well as winning the indigo competition - he built this awesome animation using Indigo. Check out the nice auto-focus tricks when he looks up at the tower.

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22 Apr 2009

Nice new renderings in the 'simple renders' thread

The simple renderings thread contains some great images created with Indigo - check out this rendering from Camox.

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21 Apr 2009

CSS Fixes for Internet Explorer

Some users will have had issues using the menus on the Indigo site in ie7 - I think I've sorted them. Sorry IE users for the problems. :)

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21 Apr 2009

New Competition

The April->May competition has started. The topic is to build something like a water jug, with caustics and nice lighting. Good luck to all contestants - and see the winners of our previous competitions on the competition winners page.

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19 Apr 2009

Private messages

You can send and receive messages to other board members at the private messages control panel.

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19 Apr 2009

Nice render by Pibuz

Pibuz, from Padua, Italy - posted this image that he built with Sketchup and Indigo. Pretty amazing if you ask me. Well done Pibuz. :)

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