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Quixel announced the public beta release of Megascans, now the world’s largest online scan resource, containing thousands of standardized and physically based surface scans, vegetation scans and 3D scans. Quixel simultaneously introduced a new line of standalone art tools, Megascans Studio and Bridge, for easily mixing and customizing surface scans, and quickly exporting scans to major engines and renderers.site_megascans_customization

Megascans comprises highly standardized and customizable content, made to plug directly into pipelines ranging from films to games, advertisement to archviz, mobile to VR and more. The library is built around a philosophy of complete ecosystems from the very small to the very large, covering every specimen of a growing variety of biomes, and is rapidly expanding with hundreds of scans every week.

software_megascans_bridgeThe online library is available for subscription from $19/month for hobbyists, to $29/month for freelancers, with additional options for studios and indie teams, and the entire line of new scan-based desktop tools is included with the subscription at no additional cost.megascans_mountainslope01
More information on: megascans.se