V-Ray 3 combined with SketchUp
Chaos Group recently teamed up with SketchUp to bring a V-Ray 3 extension to SketchUp, including a streamlined user interface, fast presets and easy to use controls.
On Tuesday March 21st Kalina Panteleeva from the Chaos Group will be broadcasting a live webinar showcasing the brand new features of V-Ray 3 in SketchUp.
The webinar will be taking place on March 21st 9am – 10am GMT (London Time).
If you’re located abroad here are the other times of the webinar across the globe:
Asia Pacific: March 21 5pm-6pm AEDT
Europe: March 21 10am – 11am CET
Americas: March 21 12pm-1pm EDT
What is V-Ray 3?
V-Ray can render anything your heart desires – from small 3D models to photo-realistic 3D scenes that take your breath away.
V-Ray 3 is a powerful rendering plugin that enables you to quickly create stunning renderings whilst still using SketchUp. The software was specifically designed with architects and designers in mind, focusing specifically on creativity and less on the technical details that can often slow down the rendering process for creatives.
Here’s an interesting fact – did you know 92 out of the top 100 architecture firms in the world render with V-Ray?
What’s in the new V-Ray 3 release?
New UI – Designer-friendly user interface for faster workflows
Material library – Over 200 drag and drop materials for your next project
V-Ray Swarm – Powerful, scalable distributed rendering system that’s simple and fast
Virtual Reality – Render VR-ready content for popular virtual reality headsets
Section cuts – Create quick cutaways and section renders with V-Ray Clipper
Aerial perspective – Add realistic atmospheric depth and haze
Denoiser – Automatically remove noise and cut render times by up to 50%
Grass – Create realistic grass, fabrics and carpet with V-Ray Fur
SketchUp Pro 2017 support