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2008-06 Bionatics & Abvent, developer of Artlantis®, sign a long-term partnership.

Abvent, editor developer of Artlantis®, and Bionatics have signed a long-term partnership in order to develop a new collection of 3D plants and trees compatible with Artlantis. Abvent will offer its customers an exclusive collection of CD made from the Bionatics plant catalog, classified in thematics and optimized for rendering made with Artlantis.

2008-06 Bionatics releases natFX® version 5 for Autodesk® 3ds Max®

natFX version 5 was developed to manage even better the loading, computing and visualization of large scenes, often heavy in plants and trees, into 3ds Max.”, explains Stephan Gourgout, Vice President and Sales Director. ”the new features of natFX combined with the latest evolutions of 3ds Max, offer together a powerful solution package to design and render complex natural scenes in varied industries such as architectural visualization, video game developement or 3D animated movies.”

2006-07 Bionatics announces version 4.0 for its natFX software for 3ds max

Bionatics, the leading developer of 3D plant modeling and simulation tools for the 3D industry, announces the release of the version 4 of its 3D plant modeler natFX for 3ds max, its signature product used by the largest 3D animation and video game studios around the world.

2005-05 natFX brings life to Dark & Light, biggest MMORPG ever, showcased at E3 2005

Game Developer NPCube chose natFX for 3dsmax for their upcoming huge MMORPG Dark'n Light, published by FARLAN Entertainment and to be released in November 2005

2005-04 A new Bionatics partner in Japan for natFX®: Indyzone

In response to many japanese companies' interest for Bionatics' solutions for entertainement and CG animation industries, Indyzone, a major Japanese partner joined Bionatics' networks to promote natFX over Japan.