Daz 3D Hexagon 126.96.36.199 32bit | 80 Mb
originated as the Poser-production division of Zygote Media Group,
Inc., in Provo, Utah where the content included within Poser 3 and 4 was
born. After creating the default content for MetaCreations, Daz
developed the "Millennium Woman" Victoria and the "Millennium Man"
Michael figures. With a tremendous positive response from the Poser user
base, DAZ gained a strong reputation as the premier source for Poser
oriented digital content. In December of 2000, DAZ branched off from
Zygote, and became a freestanding corporation. In January 2001, DAZ
Productions opened its first e-commerce website with 159 products. DAZ
has built a business by creating 3D digital content at affordable price
points offered to the public via an online store. DAZ also works closely
with third party artists and offers an online publishing program
through which these artists can make their own creations available to
the DAZ customer base.
The company now sells over 3,000 products
to a constantly growing group of customers. DAZ has a variety of
software solutions designed to expand the market for digital content,
including the increasingly popular DAZ Studio software application. DAZ
Studio removes the barrier to entry for newcomers to the 3D industry, as
it is offered free of charge. DAZ Studio provides an environment where
users may take their favorite 3D assets and easily create art or
animation for either recreational or professional endeavors. With a
free, easy to use 3D tool, DAZ hopes to reach new industries and
individuals that would otherwise be excluded. DAZ continues to focus
primarily on creating digital content, and only develops items that help
increase the demand for future DAZ digital content. With this in mind,
DAZ continually develops new versions of their popular "Millennium"
figures, as well as developing relations with the most successful third
party content creators.
-Scultpie primitive creation tools have been added to the Second Life menu.
-The registration dialog has been removed as it is no longer a required feature.
reduce the installer size, documentation and video tutorials have been
moved to an online source and the help option will launch the URL.
-Removal of multiple listings of Taper tool in the Tools menu.
-Version number has been changed to a four number format: i.e., 188.8.131.52.
-Fixed an issue where popup menus could appear off the screen when the menu was initiated near the edge of the application.
with DAZ Studio 1.7 and C++ run time library: Since the new release of
DAZ Studio (1.8+) the C++ run time library error has been corrected.
-Added more appropriate warning to the smoothing operation to indicate when the operation may be too intensive.
several cases where un-initialized values were being used which would
cause internal errors. This should make the application more stable.
an issue where the camera could be zoomed in too far which would cause
the direction vector to be undefined and control of the camera would be
-Improved 3DS file loading to handle materials.
-Updated 3DS loading file library to a more recent release.
-Improved OBJ file loading in how it handles materials.
-Attempts at using un-initialized variables no longer causing internal errors when loading some files.
-Resolved an issue where subdivision could use an unreferenced variable which would cause an internal error.