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Rhinoceros Reviews

Rhino 5 Drives Modeling Passion - great tool for designing, priced well at $995, easy to learn, Mike Hudspeth, Desktop Engineering, July 1, 2010

Rhino for the iPad and iPhone - highlight of the AIA convention in Miami, plenty to like in early version of Rhino viewer, Anthony Frausto-Robledo, architosh, Jun 22, 2010

Low- or No-Cost CAD -2D/3D products like Siemens PLM software, Draft IT, Inventor LT, SolidWorks Personal Edition, Alibre Design Xpress, CoCreate's OneSpace Modeling Personal Edition, Caligari's trueSpace, and Rhino are available, Mike Hudspeth, Cadalyst, Jan 1, 2008

Rhinoceros 4 - new release supports history, can be used across dual monitors, offers new features like universal deformation technology, cage edit tools, zebra striping and curvature analysis tools, more, Al Dean, MCAD Online, July 23, 2007

Light It Up - visualization software reviewed: AliasStudio 2008, TrueSpace 7.5 with V-Ray 1.5, Piranesi 5, Modo 203, LightWave 3D v9, IRender and IRender Plus, AccuRender 4, Rhinoceros 4, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, July 1, 2007 (more StudioTools reviews, TrueSpace reviews, Piranesi reviews, LightWave reviews, AccuRender reviews, Rhinoceros reviews)

The New Rhino 4.0 is Here! - available with digital support documents, Rhino 4.0 has enhanced features like modeling, editing tools, UI, photorealistic rendering, 2D drawing, mesh modeling, more, Franco Folini, Novedge Blog, February 12, 2007

Rhino 4 New Features - enhanced mesh modeling, compatibility, analysis tools, large projects support, software developer tools, more, Robert Schutz, Off Broadway, February 12, 2007

Nibbling at the AutoCAD Pie - reviewing low-cost CAD systems: Alibre Design, IntelliCAD and Rhinoceros, Deelip Menezes, December 30, 2006

Free-Form Sculpting - a suitably priced, free-form design package, Rhino 4 supports many file formats, has variable radius blend, universal deformation technology, new drafting capabilities, more, Mike Hudspeth, Desktop Engineering, October 2006

Preliminary Design Tools - important tools for AEC industry: Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk Sketch Book Pro 2, Wacom Cintiq, Scan2CAD, IDEAL Scanners & Systems, PlanTracer, Google SketchUp 5, AutoCAD, Architectural Desktop 2007, Autodesk Building Systems 2007, ArchiCAD 10, Form*Z 6, and Rhino, H. Edward Goldberg, Cadalyst, July 1, 2006 (more Adobe Photoshop reviews, Sketch Book Pro reviews, tablet pc reviews, Scan2CAD reviews, IDEAL Scanners reviews, PlanTracer reviews, SketchUp reviews, AutoCAD reviews, ADT reviews, ABS reviews, ArchiCAD reviews, Form*Z reviews, Rhino reviews)

Technology of Choice - a look at software for designing jewelry, SolidWorks, Rhino, Matrix, ArtCAM, JewelSpace, JewelCAD and 3Design Jewel, Susan Wade, AJM Magazine, April 30, 2005 (more SolidWorks reviews, Rhino reviews, ArtCAM reviews)

3D Data at Work - a survey of point-manipulation software: Verisurf, BuildIT!, ICEM Surf, RapidForm, CopyCAD, Paraform, Studio (Raindrop Geomagic), Rhino, RevWorks and Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire, Pamela Waterman, Desktop Engineering, August 2004

3D Modeling and Rendering for the Rest of Us - Rhino is an inexpensive free-form 3D modeling program that handles non-uniform rational B-spline (NURBS) curves, surfaces and solids, Larry Gould, Automotive Design & Production, September 2004

New Hardware and Software Seen at SIGGRAPH 2004 - reviews of  Rhino 4.0, form*Z 4.5, SensAble's new haptic system, and 3D displays, Joe Greco, Cadalyst MCAD Tech News #127, August 19, 2004

Visualize This! - reviews of rendering and visualization software: ImageStudio 1.0, StudioTools 11, Autodesk VIZ 2005, form*Z, Piranesi 3, NuGraf Rendering System, AccuRender 3 and 4 and Rhino 3, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, August 16, 2004

What's New in 3D Design Software - brief reviews of Alibre 6.0, AutoCAD 2004, form*Z 4, trueSpace 6.6, TurboCAD Professional 9.5, Rhino 3.0 and VectorWorks 10.5, John E. Wilson, Cadalyst, February 12, 2004

Battle of the Bands: A 3D CAD Software Shootout - a shootout in Chicago pits SolidWorks vs. Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire and Alias vs. Rhino, Design-Engine.com, August 2003

Share Your Vision - CAD Visualization Tools - roundup of visualization software: Artlantis, form-Z RadioZity 4.0, 3ds max 6, LightWave 3D 7.5b, NuGraf Rendering System 4, AccuRender 3.1 and Rhino 3.0/Flamingo 1.1, Ron LaFon, CADALYST, August 2003

5 MCAD Companions for 3D Design - reviews of Argon v5, form*Z 4.0, Rhino, truespace and VectorWorks 10, Joe Greco, DE Online, November 2002

Rhinoceros Version 2.0 - combines power, ease of use, versatility, and usefulness in a program that carries a modest price tag, John E. Wilson, CGW, May 2002

Introduction to Rhino - review of modeling program by John Wilson, CADENCE, Dec 2001

Rhinoceros: NURBS Modeling for Windows, Version 1.0, with Version 1.0 Training Manual: Level I -  reviewed by Greg Arbuckle, Tech Directions, November 1999

 
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