Articles by Chaos Group

“Illumination” student rendering challenge launched

Your chance to shine: Show us your lighting expertise, and you could win some fantastic prizes, including V-Ray and Corona licenses, Chaos Cloud credits and more.

5 essential V-Ray 5 features for VFX artists

V-Ray 5 is a major update to our rendering software. Find out how its new features and improved workflow can give you more creative flexibility than ever before.

© Mauro Baldissera, Skyup Academy
Interview with Skyup Academy founder, Mauro Baldissera

Freelance 3D artist and Skyup Academy founder, Mauro Baldissera, shares what inspires him, his top work-from-home tips, and why he loves V-Ray for Maya for VFX.

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How V-Ray for Nuke elevated a stylized animation pipeline

Frank Rueter reveals how adding V-Ray for Nuke to OHU Domes’ pipeline helped the small team produce a new level of quality across three short planetarium films.

Rookie Awards 2020: now live

Demonstrate your talents, gain exposure — and be in with a chance of winning some truly incredible prizes, including V-Ray licenses and Chaos Cloud credits.

© Wild Design Studio
V-Ray Next for Rhino, update 2 brings NVIDIA RTX card support

V-Ray Next for Rhino, update 2 includes support for NVIDIA RTX cards, easier proxy asset and material management, Rhino decals, Grasshopper optimizations and more.

© Jani Malik
V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 2 packs full SketchUp 2020 support

V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 2 works seamlessly in SketchUp 2020. It’s packed with new features and optimizations that make it easier, smoother and more enjoyable to create high-quality renders.