GetÜrban PAD 3.0
The much-anticipatedÜrban PAD 3.0 introduces a bunch of user-friendly features and smoothes out the learning curve of theÜrban PAD 2.x versions. Some features that were developed in response to your requests:
§ Create buildings and cities more easily and intuitively with the new node-based graph interface.
§ LearnÜrban PAD faster with new, friendly help panels.
§ Add assets with ease through integrated asset importers. Don’t need them anymore? Delete with a click.
§ Keep track of all your assets by tagging them for easier management and sharing.
§ Take a smooth, seamless ride from the interface to your project assets: click-and-open assets couldn’t be any easier.
§ Flow through Editors while linking your templates for easy composability and maximum visual diversity.
§ Gain object placement time with hardware mesh instancing.
Enhanced Geometry Possibilities
New Shape rule greatly expands the procedural geometry possibilities offered by Urban PAD– create custom shapes with customizable parameters and masks.
Updated Gamr7 Engine
For users of the Gamr7 Engine, the Gamr7Engine 2.3 featuring a Multi-threaded Debug configuration is now available. Link to the Gamr7Engine dynamic library in your projects either in Debug or In Release configuration
The 3.0 version comes with a brand new sample city project that’s ready for you to learn.
As you may have noticed, the Gamr7 site has changed, along with the blog and the Forum. We think the site is even easier to navigate now, and you'll notice feedback buttons on every page, allowing you to tell us what you think– so don't hesitate!
Environment Art Contest
To kick off the release of the 3.0, Gamr7 will be hosting our first environment art challenge, slated to run mid-March through mid-April. Get a trial version ofÜrban PAD 3.0 and get to work designing a themed environment for a chance to win prizes, cash, and a spot on the Gamr7 website. Final dates, host forum(s), and prizes will be announced in a separate mailing and on the site.
City Challenge Winner
We’ll be running another City Challenge with our next newsletter, so get your atlases ready. In the meantime, stay warm and enjoy the new release.