Let’s start from the first one: thanks to the collaboration with Chaos Group
in the next Advanced ArchViz course for V-Ray in April, we’re giving you the chance to know all novelties available in the Beta version of the software. In this way, our students will be up to date with something that will mark an actual revolution for this rendering engine.
Among the most important news that we can currently find in the software, we have:
- the new adaptive adaptive dome light, which with its algorithm can speed up the rendering time (read more here);
- the direct link to NvidiaOptix Denoiser that uses an algorithm based on the Artificial Intelligence to remove the noise from the image without any loss of detail;
- the new V-Ray camera wth the Automatic Exposure and Automatic White Balance functions;
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Image from Chaos Group Labs (https://www.chaosgroup.com/blog/v-ray-next-switching-the-camera-from-manual-to-automatic)
- a new V-Ray Frame Buffer interface, which will allow us to composite the render elements directly within the 32-bit 3D software for a full control over the final output.
In addition, we’ll have a new V-RaySwitch Material, a more advanced GPU rendering (with less limitations) and we’ll be able to apply the V-Ray Denoiser to all render elements. And really much much more.
The development team at Chaos Group is doing a huge work to lead us into a new era for renderings and here at SOA Academy we’re sure that in the upcoming months they will surpirse us with more amazing features.
If you want to take a step towards future with us, the date in April 2018.
See you at the Academy.