Blender 2.75 Released With AMD OpenCL Support, Multi-View/Stereo 3D Pipeline
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 2 July 2015 at 07:37 AM EDT. 10 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
The huge release of the open-source Blender v2.75 3D modeling software is now available for all supported platforms.

Blender 2.75 is a huge update for this thriving open-source modeling/animation software. This big update brings AMD OpenCL support, a fully-integrated multi-view and Stereo 3D pipeline, high quality options for viewport depth of field, a corrective smooth modifier for modeling, smoother LOD transitions with the game engine, and many other changes with hundreds of bug-fixes.

Artists interested in Blender 2.75 can find out more about this huge update via Blender.org.
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