Introducing Glise 1.7
Glise is a fast, easy and extensible subdivision surfaces 3D modeler featuring a highly optimized, multithreaded C++ core, a minimalist GPU-driven user interface, parallel Ambient Occlusion rendering and a complete set of Python API.
Glise is completely free for Linux and the Raspberry Pi. If you’re a Windows user you can freely download the full version and try it for all the time you need.
FastA small, highly optimized multithreaded C++ core delivers blazing fast subdivision and tweaking.
OpenDesigned to be open and extensible from the very beginning, Glise features a complete set of Python API and a flexible plugin architecture.
EasyThanks to a proprietary GPU-driven minimalist interface that does not stand between you and your work, the learning curve is reduced to a minimum.
We started coding Glise back in 2009 because we wanted a tiny, neat and easy 3D application that could do just one thing: native subdivision 3D modeling.
With Glise you will get a comprehensive set of modeling tools usually found in professional packages, the ability to intuitively shape subdivision surfaces using an awesome tweak mode with an accurate soft selection, native topological symmetry, and an outstanding extra simple sketch reference setup.
And thanks to our custom GPU-driven user interface we built from scratch, Glise runs blazing fast on a 6 years old mobile graphic card.
Glise: a fast and responsive creative tool with a strong focus on pure modeling.
- Major industry-standard file formats supported (3DS,FBX,DAE,DXF,OBJ,STL)
- Multithreaded, parallel Ambient Occlusion rendering
- Simple 1-minute reference sketch reference planes setup
- Extremely accurate area/lasso and soft selections
- Fast, intuitive tweaking using tweak mode
- Enhanced topological symmetry for pose-free symmetric modeling
- Unlimited, separate selection and modeling undo/redo queues
- Integrated Python console for interactive coding
- GPU-driven interface completely customizable by user-defined shortcuts
Glise is available for Windows, Linux and the Raspberry Pi.
|Download Glise for Windows 64 bit|
|Download Glise for Linux 64 bit|
|Download Glise for the Raspberry Pi|
Minimum System Requirements
An OpenGL 3.3 video card, 1.0Ghz CPU and 4Gb RAM.
A Raspberry Pi 3 model B with experimental OpenGL drivers enabled.
The Alt key is used to move the camera. Since on some linux systems the Alt key may be assigned to a window-related shortcut, you may need to release the Alt key from any existing window manager binding.
The Raspberry Pi is a full-featured Linux edition with only these limitations:
- No flat shading
- No Ambient Occlusion rendering
- Only GBE (Glise)/STL file formats are supported
The Raspberry Pi port has been tested on the Raspbian OS.
* Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation
what they're saying about us
“…this application is a great choice for users who need a straightforward subdivision 3D modeler that can help them complete their projects quickly and efficiently. It is lightweight, intuitive and user-friendly, while offering all the tools you need to create and render your models” – Softpedia (read the full review here)