New: Chaos Releases V-Ray 6 for Both SketchUp and Rhino
Chaos has released V-Ray 6 for SketchUp and V-Ray 6 for Rhino, featuring new AEC visualization workflows. The new features in V-Ray 6 allow users to transfer Enscape scenes easily and quickly. In addition, they’ve implemented new methods of creating fantastic renders and new ways of collaborating with colleagues and clients.
We’ve just launched V-Ray 6 for SketchUp and V-Ray 6 for Rhino, and among their great new features we’re particularly proud to highlight hassle-free transfer of your Enscape scenes to V-Ray. Now, architects, designers, and artists can work together fluidly to take projects to the highest possible level of photorealism, saving time and preserving design decisions.
Plus, with Chaos Cloud Collaboration, you can share your progress and get feedback on your work. Setup any cloudy sky in a user-friendly and memory-efficient way with the new procedural clouds system. Create complex geometric patterns for materials like a pro with V-Ray Enmesh
Add more realism to you projects with new material layers. And much more.Chaos
Below, watch the video for more information. Keep scrolling for the link to the demo version.
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The one renderer that does it all.
With Chaos V-Ray, the creative possibilities are endless. From bold designs to captivating stories and mesmerizing art—no matter your vision. This remarkable renderer will bring it all together with photorealistic images and animations that feature unparalleled clarity.
So unleash your imagination! Whether you use 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, or Houdini for every step of your 3D journey, V-Ray allows users worldwide to craft stunning visuals in their favorite applications.
Purchase a single V-Ray license to access all V-Ray integrations, including 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, Houdini, Maya, Nuke, Revit, Rhino, SketchUp, and Unreal.
In Depth: Why Should I Use V-Ray?
In summary, V-Ray is a powerful 3D rendering system, built for designers, architects, and jack-of-all-trades. To be sure, click to learn about how artists use V-Ray. To emphasize, there are many examples and trial versions for every field!
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