Here's what Kirk Shintani, Head of 3D, a52, had to say about this new version of V-Ray for Maya: "This is, by far, the most substantial upgrade for our rendering pipeline since we switched to V-Ray 5 years ago. The "beta" was stable and amazingly fast, and the staff reaction to 3.0 is summed up with one word, "Whoa." It's that kind of fast. It allows us to stay focused on making cool imagery. That's why we do what we do, isn't it?"
Amng all the new and improved features, you will find Faster Ray Tracing and Rendering Performance, Volume Rendering, Production-Focused Tools, Faster Feedback, Color Accurate Workflows, and more.
Surfacing is the most challenging discipline in 3D CAD modeling. Is that about to change? With Inventor 2015, Autodesk has brought us a new surfacing technology called 'Freeform'. Essentially the T-Splines technology is now available to us inside Inventor 2015. So what's the big deal? In this webinar we will find out what Freeform is and why we think you should be taking it seriously.
The webinar is free and will last about one hour, including the Q & A session. Register here.
And if you want to do some reading before the show, check out Paul Munford's blog post on the topic on the Novedge Blog.
You can now easily add realistic details such as stickers, labels, cracks, stains, and scratches to any surface in just a few clicks. Create detailed geometric surfaces for stunning close-up shots, or just the right sky for their environment in no time. Thake HDRI renders to the next level with more control over the V-Ray Dome Light with the new finite mode.
With the new release of Bluebeam Revu 21 Bluebeam is transitioning to a subscription - based business model. All subscription packages include the next major version of Bluebeam Desktop (Revu 21), Bluebeam Cloud (web & mobile) solutions, as well as services designed to boost productivity.