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  • Autodesk Maya 8.5 Unlimited - a powerful design and animation application with variety of platforms that offers tools for complex animations and simulations, more, highly praised by Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, July 1, 2007
  • Max vs Maya - 3ds Max is good for architectural and visualization tasks while MAYA is good for fluid effects and modeling NURBS surfaces, Chris Hobbs, AEC Magazine, October 9, 2006
  • AEC From the Ground Up - Top Tools for Preliminary DesignTools for Preliminary Design - various tools that can help the architect with preliminary design include Wacom Cintiq, Alias Sketch Book Pro, Photoshop, Plan Tracer, SketchUp, form Z 5.0, Autodesk VIZ, 3ds max, Alias Maya and Studio, ArchiCAD, Architectural Desktop and Revit, for preliminary design, H.Edward Goldberg, Cadalyst AEC, April 1, 2005
  • Maya 6.5 Release Brings Performance Hike - large CAD datasets can now be imported into Maya using a new STEP translator that works with most major CAD packages, Digit, February 1, 2005
  • First Look: Maya 5 - major enhancements to its rendering options make this perhaps the best upgrade ever, Dariush Derakhshani, Animation Artist, April 2003
  • Maya 4.5 - a powerful package at a reasonable price, the upgrade's new features include the fluid dynamics module, which allows users to simulate elements such as water, fire, clouds and lava, George Maestri, Computer Graphics World, February 2003
  • Maya Complete 4.5 - 3D System's second release for the Macintosh offers subdivision surface modeling, Sean Wagstaff, Macworld, January 2003
  • Reviewing Maya v3 - Todd Iorio, 3Dgate, March 19, 2001