The Blender Foundation has released Blender 3.6 LTS, the latest — and final — point release in the 3.x series. As is customary with all Blender point releases, version 3.6 of the popular and powerful open-source, cross-platform 3D creation suite contains several eye-catching new features along with “significant” performance improvements. These include initial support for simulations in Geometry Nodes, which allows users to define simulations through the “Simulation Zone”. This connects both Simulation Input and Output together through nodes. After the inputs are initially evaluated on the first frame, subsequent outputs simply outputs the results of the previous frame. As… [Continue Reading]

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