New Technology Breaks Hardware Barrier, Ensuring Fast, Consistent Rendering; Support for Maya 2018
Market-leading architectural visualization rendering companies join forces; joint development already in process
Ready for some big news? Chaos Group has acquired Render Legion, creators of the Corona Renderer. Now two of the most popular renderers for architectural visualization live under one roof.
More news from SIGGRAPH 2017 includes announcements from Boris, BOXX, Chaos Group, Cebas, Dell, Mettle, Puget Systems, Smith Micro and SpeedTree.
Chaos Group has just released V-Ray 3.5 for MODO. This amazing renderer is now integrated with one of the best 3D packages on the planet.
Presentation Topics Include: Breaking the GPU Memory Barrier, High-End Production Features, and a Tech Preview of a New Hybrid Renderer.
Chaos Group has released V-Ray 3 for Rhino, a powerful, professional rendering plugin that connects seamlessly with McNeel's versatile 3D modeling application.
Fire, Smoke, Liquid and Ocean Simulations Now Possible Directly in Maya; FLIP Solver Tops New Feature Set.
New Easy to Use, Professional Rendering Software for Architects and Designers; Now VR-Ready.
Efficient Lighting Algorithm Tops List of Nine Major Features Added to Leading Renderer.
Photorealistic Production Renderer (V-Ray from Chaos Group) to be Honored for Advancing the Use of Fully Ray-Traced Rendering in Motion Pictures
Say hello to Academy Award winner, Chaos Group. Their incredible V-Ray core technology has been a staple of the cinematic visual effects and architecture industries for over a decade, and now, graphic design.
New All-in-One Fluid Dynamics Plugin Simulates Fire, Smoke, Liquids, Splashes, Foam, Ocean Waves and More; Adds New FLIP Solver to Expanded Feature Set.
VR Breakthrough Makes Photorealistic Spaces Easier to Create and Move In; PresenZ Plugin to Be Shown During "V-Ray Days" at SIGGRAPH2016.
Offers Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Look at VFX for Hit Films, Games and Television; Sneak Peek at Live VR Rendering Tech
Helped by Nuke pro, Shahin Toosi, our reviewer, M.D. McCallum takes the challenge of learning the procedural work method for the new V-ray for NUKE and in the process discovers just how great Vray really is for this kind of workflow.
Chaos has announced the new V-ray 3.4 for 3ds Max and Maya. V-Ray 3.4 introduces CPU and GPU-accelerated denoising. Now you can automatically remove noise and cut render times by up to 50%.
Check out the full V-Ray 3.x feature set now available in free update; NUKE 10 compatibility on the way.
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