People often ask who’s buying 3D models from TurboSquid and why. The most common assumption is that they are for video games, movies, and television. The truth is a lot of 3D content on the site is actually bought by military agencies, the government, and hobbyists. One of the most popular categories purchased is 3D planes. Read More
Over the past few weeks, TurboSquid and New Orleans have been mentioned by business journalists and bloggers worldwide because of our recent move into the Intellectual Property (IP) building. Formerly the McGlinchey Stafford building, the IP is the focal point for entrepreneurial companies on the verge of the next big thing in the Big Easy. Companies such as iSeatz, Launch Pad, and Carrollton Technology Partners have joined TurboSquid in this Magazine Street building to create a tech center that is being noticed at the local, state and national levels. Read More
As we mentioned a few weeks ago, we’ve been hard at work on the redesign of our search interface. We’re happy to announce today that the updated search has been officially released to all TurboSquid users!
For those of you that didn’t get a chance to check out the Beta, you’ll find that the new search interface makes it easier than ever to browse our massive catalog of high quality stock 3D content. Read More
As many of you may know, TurboSquid organized a Habitat for Humanity build on the weekend before SIGGRAPH 2009. Squids, Autodesk employees and 3D artists put down their laptops and picked up tools to help rebuild a damaged home in New Orleans’ Ninth Ward. We even had a group of students from Minnestoa drive down to pitch in after seeing an update on our Twitter feed! It was incredibly hot and the work was hard, but everyone commented on what a fantastic time they had. Thanks to everyone that turned out and participated. Read More