There is going to be unparalled collaboration with the new V-Ray 6 for Revit. In this latest release, design development and visualization of Revit models, are finally unified. Arch viz specialists can bring Enscape materials and compatible 3D models into
V-Ray and build on them to achieve photorealism. Progress can be shared via Chaos Cloud Collaboration
speeding up the review and approval process. Users can add road markings, wall cracks, and autumn leaves
with the help of V-Ray Decal. Custom cloudy skies can be created with ease using the new procedural system. If Revit is your bread and butter, the new V-Ray 6 for Revit, is going to improve your quality of work, and your quality of life.
Key features in V-Ray 6 for Revit include:
V-Ray & Enscape compatibility V-Ray 6 reads Enscape materials,
compatible assets, and cloud settings, allowing Revit designers and visualization specialists to collaborate like
never before. With this new capability, early design intent is kept and archviz specialists can continue to build
on the work without any interruptions. With a click of a button, clouds from Enscape translate to V-Ray skies,
illuminating the model in its true lighting. Enscape materials can be taken to photorealism and 3D models can
be easily replaced with higher-quality equivalents without starting from scratch.
Procedural Clouds. Enrich blue skies with exactly the clouds that you envision. With the new procedural clouds system, you can simulate a variety of cloud conditions and set the mood for your render without encumbering your model.
V-Ray Decal with Displacement Project unique materials onto any surface and across multiple objects in your model. Create road markings, graffiti, or imperfections, and give them realistic relief using displacement.
Finite Dome Light Embed your model into an HDR image and adjust the surrounding environment to perfection.
Asset Tags Group families and materials with the new tagging system to manage complex projects more efficiently.
Realistic Generic Materials Visualize native Generic materials with improved fidelity and refine them to photorealism in the Asset Editor.
Improved Dirt Placement Place dirt or weathering effects exactly where you want them by including and excluding objects.
Enhanced Translucent Materials Render materials such as frosted glass and marble faster with the improved subsurface scattering mode.
Iridescent Materials Create iridescent materials such as soap bubbles, oil spills, and polarized glass with the new Thin Film option.
More accurate reflections Render metals and other rough reflective materials with improved accuracy.
All Assets Inside Chaos Cosmos Access the V-Ray Material library through Chaos Cosmos and manage all your 3D content from a single location.
View panoramas in the VFB Preview spherical panorama renders directly from within the V-Ray Frame Buffer, removing the need for third-party tools.
Composition Guides Find the perfect angle for your composition by using classic proportion guides, or create your own.
Lighting Analysis on GPU Added support for the Lighting Analysis render element to calculate the light intensity of spaces.
V-Ray is now available in three plans: Solo, Premium, and Enterprise.
The Solo plan gives independent artists and freelancers an affordable and full-featured solution for rendering on one computer. The Premium plan is perfect for those who need access to floating licenses and Chaos companion products such as Phoenix, Player, Scans, and Vantage. The Enterprise plan is ideal for large studios considering volume purchases.
Users can now render with V-Ray in any host application and benefit from the powerful suite of Chaos products and services with just a single license. Each of the new plans (Solo, Premium, and Enterprise) includes Chaos Cosmos’ high-quality assets. Last but not least, all V-Ray plans include high-quality support at no extra cost.
Feel free to call our experts at 866 362 8970 to find out more about V-Ray upgrades or migrations, or to request a quote.