Los Angeles, CA (October 20, 2016) –
Thinkbox Softwaretoday announced the availability of Next Limit RealFlow and Maxwell on-demand via Thinkbox’s e-commerce portal with the release of Thinkbox’s Deadline 8.0.10. RealFlow fluid simulation software and the Maxwell visualization rendering toolkit can now be purchased per-minute, offering artists, designers and architects the flexibility to easily scale as projects demand.
“We are thrilled to have partnered with Next Limit to bring a usage-based licensing model to users of RealFlow and Maxwell. On-demand licensing empowers customers of all sizes to work how and where they want with the ability to scale at a moment’s notice, and our aim is to continue to bring this infinite scale and flexibility to our users with key partners like Next Limit,” said Chris Bond, founder, Thinkbox Software.
“Thinkbox is changing the way software is used across industries, and we’re excited to extend the accessibility of our products through its online store,” said Martin van Stein, Head of Sales, Next Limit.
In addition to RealFlow and Maxwell, third-party applications available on demand via Thinkbox include The Foundry’s NUKE and KATANA, Chaos Group V-Ray, NVIDIA Iray and Mental Ray, Redshift and Peregrine Labs’ Yeti. Thinkbox’s Deadline and Krakatoa are also available. For more information and pricing, visit: http://store.thinkboxsoftware.com/.
About Thinkbox Software
Founded by Chris Bond in 2010, Thinkbox Software develops production-proven tools for visual artists and backs each product with highly responsive support. Used across entertainment, architecture, engineering and design, Thinkbox’s products include Deadlinehigh-volume compute management software used to render, manage and process files locally and across the cloud as well as standalone point mesher Sequoia and particle renderer Krakatoa, which are used to create, visualize and modify massive datasets. For more information, visit www.thinkboxsoftware.com or follow @thinkboxsoft on Twitter.
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