Now compatible with SketchUp 2017 and set with a new designer-friendly interface, V-Ray users can concentrate on being architecturally creative without technical worries.
“Our users want as much rendering power as they can get, but in the most streamlined form possible,” said Corey Rubadue, VP of AEC and Design at Chaos Group. “V-Ray 3 for SketchUp has been rebuilt from the ground up to make the entire user experience simpler, so anyone can create professional-level renders on day one.”
Key features include twin engine performance that allows users to take advantage of GPU or CPU rendering - whichever suits the project or hardware available. And interactive rendering enables real-time changes to be made while in the design phase, ensuring a simple but effective workflow.
“V-Ray for SketchUp is easy to use and delivers great results. You can use it to make anything – from 3D diagrams to high quality images – the possibilities are up to you,” commented David Santos of LAB Visualización on Chaos Group’s website.
New features include
Over 200 new materials have been added with a drop and drag function
Scalable distributing for rendering that's simple and fast
VR ready content can be rendered for all popular VR headsets
Use V-Ray Clipper to create cutaways and section renders quickly
Add atmospheric depth and haze hassle-free
V-Ray Fur can create realistic looking grass, carpets and fabrics