RealFlow, with sister product the RealFlow RenderKit, is a unique fluids and body dynamics software package which allows you to simulate anything from a single drop of water to a massive tsunami crashing across a beach, sweeping debris in its wake. RealFlow remains the definitive tool for the creation of flawlessly realistic simulations, and has been used to produce some of the most ground-breaking visual effects ever seen, in movies like “Avatar”, “District 9”, “2012”, “GI Joe”, and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, as well as commercials, TV programs, and game cinematics. Next Limit has announced RealFlow 2013 and posted loads of sample videos created using the latest version of its industry-standard fluid simulator. Madrid-based Next Limit has just announced the latest version of its industry-standard fluid simulator, RealFlow 2013. You may have seen some of the new features in our RealFlow 2013 sneak peek earlier this year, but Next Limit has posted up a load more preview videos for you to check out.
System Requirements: Win (32 and 64) WinXP, Vista, 7 or Windows Server 2008. 2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor, Athlon 64 AMD or better. 2GB RAM minimum. 4GB of RAM memory is recommended. Hardware-accelerated OpenGL graphics card. 400 MB available hard disk space for installation. 3 button mouse.
Macintosh (32 and 64) Mac OSX 10.5 and up. Intel processor is required. 2GB RAM minimum. 4GB of RAM memory is recommended Hardware-accelerated OpenGL graphics card. 1 GB available hard disk space for installation 3 button mouse. * Please Note – RealFlow 2012 GUI runs in 32 bit mode.