WOW, that hurts. Even though I know about it for some time now, and even though it is obviously time for you guys to move on – EIAS (and it’s people) in its original form has so much more meaning to me than being just a piece of software. It incorporates an epoch of wonders and exploration, pushing beyond common boundaries; a time of pursuing dreams and Myst and the JourneyMan; FormZ; hoarding CD’s pulled out from magazines with demo pieces of 3D software; a beauty and speed (at feasible costs) in renderings unsurpassed at the time by any other software, even though RAM did cost a leg and an arm; Siggraph at its peak; new friends across the oceans – including a husband – all taken by the aesthetic of EIAS renderer and its lightning speed and the promise of new worlds to be created.Thank you for being there all these years and help making these memories possible.——————————————————
On Jul 15, 2010, at 7:29 AM, …@eitechnologygroup.com wrote:
That’s right, midnight tonight, the new owners of EIAS take over the software [... snip ...]. It has been great working with you through the years.