Blender 2.90 released with Intel Embree, NVLink support for CUDA / OptiX

The open source 3D authoring software Blender 2.90 has been released as a new major series with major feature updates and performance improvements.

The highlights of the Blender 2.90 release are:

  • Speed ​​up motion blur with Intel Embree.
  • NVLink support for CUDA and OptiX.
  • New search menu.
  • EEVEE motion blur rewritten from scratch
  • New physics-based texture for simulating sky colors.
  • First Wayland support

In addition, enhancements such as EEVEE, cycle, sculpting, VR, animation, modeling, and UV editing. Please refer to Release notes for details.. Or check out the latest on YouTube videos.

How to install Blender 2.90 on Ubuntu:

The official Blender snap package has been updated for the new release. You can install it from Ubuntu software or in the following locations: https://snapcraft.io/blender

Blender 2.90 released with Intel Embree, NVLink support for CUDA / OptiX

Or run the command in the terminal to install the Blender Snap package.

sudo snap install blender --classic

Blender 2.90 released with Intel Embree, NVLink support for CUDA / OptiX

If you already have the Snap package installed, it will be automatically updated to the latest version.

Also Blender download The page provides a Linux portable package that allows you to extract the executable and run it to launch the software.

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