Try the V-Ray 5 for Rhino Beta

With the V-Ray 5 for Rhino beta, you can be among the first to experience real-time visualisations in Rhino and Grasshopper, automatically generated lighting setups, built-in compositing features — and much more. Join the beta and share your feedback in the dedicated forum!

What is the V-Ray Collection?

The V-Ray Collection is a bundle that gives you instant access to 15 Chaos Group products – all under one low cost licence. With total creative freedom, you can work freely between different applications to achieve photo-realistic rendering, fluid simulation and real-time scene exploration. Move between multiple 3D applications and easily share content with others. … Read more What is the V-Ray Collection?

V-Ray Next for Rhino – Update 2.2

V-Ray for Rhino 2.2

V-Ray Next for Rhino has been updated, addressing a number of bug fixes to improve your rendering, including: Improved matte elements generation Enhanced CUDA engine stability More stability across lights naming Improved Bongo animation image output control The full list of changes can be found here. If you would like to experience the improvements for … Read more V-Ray Next for Rhino – Update 2.2

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Update 2.2

V-Ray Next for SketchUp

The latest version of V-Ray Next for SketchUp is upon us, and brings along with it a number of bug fixes to improve your experience when rendering. What’s New? Improved matte elements generation Applying textures no longer activates SketchUp‘s standard Colorize material option Better Sunlight caustic photon emission Enhanced CUDA engine stability Boosted compatibility with … Read more V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Update 2.2

V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max – Out Now!

V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max

The latest version of V-Ray has been released for the 3ds Max platform. With V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max, experience new features including Layered Compositor, Material Library and Browser, Light Mix, Material presets and previews, and much more, to streamline your entire workflow. To find out more about V-Ray 5, join Chaos Group presenters Vlado … Read more V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max – Out Now!

V-Ray Next for Revit – Update 1 is Here

V-Ray Next for Revit

Revit 2021 is now fully supported by V-Ray for Revit, and you can leverage even more performance with NVIDIA RTX support. Download Now What Else is New? In addition to Revit 2021 and RTX support, here are the new features you will have access to: View-specific SettingsRender and maintain multiple views with individual lighting, mood … Read more V-Ray Next for Revit – Update 1 is Here

V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Update 2 Released

V-Ray Next for SketchUp

The latest version of V-Ray Next for SketchUp is out, and with it comes full SketchUp 2020 support, new features, and optimisations to make your high-quality renders easier and more enjoyable to produce. If you already have V-Ray Next for SketchUp, this update is free and you can update now. What’s New? RTX supportBoost your … Read more V-Ray Next for SketchUp – Update 2 Released

Corona for SketchUp – What Happened?

Corona for SketchUp

While the latest news surrounding Corona for SketchUp may have been announced way back in 2018, we are still seeing search activity on Corona for SketchUp. Here’s a little bit about what happened, and some alternative suggestions. In early 2018, the team behind Corona admitted that the SketchUp plugin was not successful due to a … Read more Corona for SketchUp – What Happened?

V-Ray Next for Revit is Here

V-Ray Next for Revit

Revit is the latest platform to be upgraded to V-Ray Next, as it has now been announced that V-Ray Next for Revit is available! Architects can now get more creative, using dozens of new features and improvements to produce photo-realistic imagery faster than ever before. V-Ray Next for Revit is available as a perpetual licence, … Read more V-Ray Next for Revit is Here