New: Chaos Group V-Ray Education Collection is Now Available

chaos group v-ray education collection

Chaos Group has just released a collection of V-Ray and Phoenix products specifically for students, educators, universities and training centers, available at a deep discount.

V-Ray Education Collection

Experimenting with new software, workflows and techniques is key to a well-rounded education — and with the V-Ray Education Collection, you can enjoy unprecedented access to V-Ray products and more. With a single license, you have the flexibility to try V-Ray for 3ds Max or Maya, experiment with fluid simulations in Phoenix FD or re-render your favorite SketchUp projects.

For educators, institutions and training centers, V-Ray Education Collection is an opportunity to demonstrate how easy it is to transfer V-Ray skills, introduce new classes and teach multi-platform workflows.

Included products

You get full versions of all these great products for just a little more than buying a single education license:

  • V-Ray for 3ds Max
  • V-Ray for Maya
  • V-Ray for SketchUp
  • V-Ray for Rhino
  • V-Ray for Revit
  • V-Ray for Modo
  • V-Ray for Unreal
  • V-Ray for Houdini
  • V-Ray for Cinema 4D
  • Phoenix FD for 3ds Max
  • Phoenix FD for Maya

V-Ray Education Collection is available as a one-year term Workstation license for students and educators, and a one, two or three-year term Workstation license for universities. Each license includes one Universal V-Ray GUI, one Universal Phoenix FD GUI, one Universal V-Ray Render Node and one Universal Phoenix FD Simulation Node, so users can run V-Ray and Phoenix FD on multiple host platforms.

V-Ray Education Collection licenses provide the same functionality as commercial ones and can only be used for educational purposes. They cannot be used for commercial (for-profit) work of any kind.

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Posted by Kim Sternisha