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Autoship Releases Autoship 6

Autoship 6 is now shipping, and the manufacturer claims it sets new standards in hull design software, offering an array of technical and ease-of-use improvements. Autoship 6 includes a new high quality Z-Buffer rendering, which offers Gourad shading, accurate hidden surface removal, up to 10 light sources and material properties allowing simulation of dull or shiny materials of any color. Approaching photorealistic, the rendering is reportedly good enough for presentations.

Autoship also reports it is six to 10 times faster than the flat shaded rendering in Autoship 5.

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