The Blender is a 3D graphic design program, is free software and is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
It is used for modeling, rigging, water simulations, animation, rendering, nonlinear editing and for creating interactive 3D applications such as video games.
It is available for all major operating systems such as Microsoft Windows Linux and Mac OS X. Solaris is also supported.
The Blender features advanced animation tools, various character and costume design tools, hardware creation tools as well as the Python programming language for internal scripting.
Blender is relatively small and runs on all major platforms, including Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows along with FreeBSD, IRIX, OpenBSD, NetBSD and Solaris. Unofficial sources are also available for AmigaOS 4, BeOS, MorphOS, Pocket PC and SkyOS.
Blender Some of its features:
Support for polygon grids, fast modeling surface subdivision, Bezier curves, NURBS surfaces, metaball, digital sculpting, and vector fonts. Flexible internal rendering and integration with YafaRay. Non-linear video / audio editing. The Python programming language for logic programming and additional scripting. The Game-Blender is a special project for creating video games with Blender.
The Blender 2.93 is a Long-Term Supported version. It marks the end of a series of 20+ years of creation, and paves the way for the creation of the next generation 3D open source.