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V-Ray 2.0 now compatible with Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya 2012

V-Ray 2.0 now compatible with Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya 2012
 
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After the recent releases of V-Ray 2.0 for Maya and 3ds Max, Chaos Group products now adopt to the latest versions of the main 3D platforms. The new builds of V-Ray 2.0 suitable for Autodesk...

Rendering Europe: Chaos Group visits UK, Poland & Sweden to introduce V-Ray 2.0!

Rendering Europe: Chaos Group visits UK, Poland & Sweden to introduce V-Ray 2.0!
 
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Excitement over the release of V-Ray 2.0 for Maya and V-Ray for 3ds Max continues as Chaos Group gears up to visit three European countries this month: United Kingdom, Poland, and Sweden. The team will deliver exclusive presentations on the new and enhanced features of V-Ray 2.0. Chaos Group welcome...

New V-Ray for SketchUp Tutorial: Material ID Channel

New V-Ray for SketchUp Tutorial: Material ID Channel
 
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Andy Orban, a freelance architect and 3D visualization artist in Charlottesville, Virginia, shares step by step instructions on how to composite images in post-process using the material ID and Alpha...

ZDepth in V-Ray for SketchUp

ZDepth in V-Ray for SketchUp
 
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V-Ray for SketchUp supports several element channels for easy post-processing of an image's composition.

Chaos Group Announces Release of V-Ray 2.0 for Maya!

Chaos Group Announces Release of V-Ray 2.0 for Maya!
 
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Now with interactive rendering on CPU and GPU, V-Ray 2.0 for Maya has been officially released

New V-Ray Materials

New V-Ray Materials
 
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Need some groundworks materials to render a photorealistic outdoor image?

Re-Creating the Quadracci Pavilion with V-Ray & SketchUp

Re-Creating the Quadracci Pavilion with V-Ray & SketchUp
 
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Apiwat Hngimhyun re-creates the Quadracci Pavilion with V-Ray & SketchUp A unique sculptural landmark at the Milwaukee Art Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Quadracci Pavilion was built...

V-Ray 2.0 for Maya Moves to Beta Test

V-Ray 2.0 for Maya Moves to Beta Test
 
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V-Ray, hailed by many as the most robust and versatile rendering engine on the market, is about to see a significant upgrade for all Maya users. The 2.0 upgrade for V-Ray began...

Chaos Group Continues North American Tour

Chaos Group Continues North American Tour
 
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Top studios like Neoscape and Digital Domain are drawing crowds to Chaos Group's first V-Ray tour through North America.