Thu 16th Jan 2003 | News
January 16, 2003. Beaverton, OR -- e-on software announces Ozone 2.0 for Cinema 4D, its plugin for adding ultra-natural animated atmospheric effects to Maxon Computer’s flagship product, Cinema 4D.
"e-on software’s Ozone technology is the perfect solution for creating both realistic and surreal atmospheres in Cinema 4D. It’s an incredible time saver with breathtaking results," said Maxon Computer president Harald Egel.
Following the release of other e-on software products such as Vue d’Esprit 4, e-on software will simultaneously release Ozone 2.0 for Cinema 4D for both the Windows and Macintosh OS X platforms.
"Maxon Computer is well known for its responsive and rapid support of new technologies, so we are happy that we can support their new Cinema 4D release 8 on Mac OS X as well as the Windows version," said Nicholas Phelps, president of e-on software.
Some of the features of Ozone 2.0 for Cinema 4D include:
Over 100 atmospheric presets based on real world and "other world" locations Ozone 2.0 for Cinema 4D is comprised of 4 different plug-ins: a Master plug-in , an Image filter plug-in, a Pixel filter plug-in and a Shader plug-in, allowing users to fine tune the included presets or generate entirely new atmospheres.
Ozone 2.0 for Cinema 4D will be released in spring 2003 at an estimated price of $249.
About e-on software
Founded in 1997, e-on software was established to develop and promote the highest quality graphics tools with professional strength features. Established by graphics enthusiasts for graphics enthusiasts, e-on software translates its passion for art into tools for the graphics community. The company has achieved worldwide reputation for its award winning 3D scenery generator Vue d'Esprit.
About Maxon Computer
MAXON Computer is the developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions. Its award-winning products have been used extensively in the film, television, science, architecture, engineering and other industries. MAXON has offices in Friedrichsdorf (Germany), Newbury Park (CA, USA), Bedford (UK) and Tokyo (JP).,