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An astronaut in undergrowth© Matteo Morana
See our student rendering competition winners!

Matteo Morana’s overgrown vision of earth picks up first prize. Find out more and discover other incredible work submitted to our “Undiscovered” competition.

Godzilla toy with toy soldiers© SuperBlimp
Win prizes and unlock a high-tech pipeline with NVIDIA RTX

NVIDIA’s RTX technology has halved SuperBlimp’s V-Ray GPU rendering times. Discover more — and win a V-Ray license and a graphics card in our giveaway.

V-Ray Next for Revit out now

Over 20 new features and improvements to help architects produce photorealistic imagery faster than ever before.

© Alex Petkov
FULL NVIDIA RTX SUPPORT ADDED TO V-RAY NEXT

Utilize the full power of NVIDIA’s RT cores and enhance your V-Ray GPU workflow with the latest updates

© Hammer Chen - model by Lien Ying-Te
Phoenix FD 4 for 3ds Max and Maya out now

Accelerate your simulations and take control of complex effects with the incredible features of the latest version of Chaos Group’s fluid dynamics software.

V-Ray Next for SketchUp product banner with logo© Hakan Sanli
V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 1 released

V-Ray Next for SketchUp, update 1 offers a feature-packed boost with deeper SketchUp integration, performance optimizations and even more streamlined workflows.

© COSMOSCUBE
V-Ray Next for Rhino, update 1 released

V-Ray Next for Rhino, update 1 is packed with performance optimizations, UI and workflow improvements, and powerful new functionality for V-Ray for Grasshopper.

Phoenix FD 4 beta© Daniel Trbovic
Test drive the Phoenix FD 4 beta right now

Strap in for the ride of your life and experience new features, including Voxel and Particle Tuners, Active Bodies and Tex UVW, ahead of everyone else.

Thomas Dubois V-Ray for Cinema 4D© Thomas Dubois
V-Ray for Cinema 4D — now compatible with Cinema 4D R21

Free update includes more V-Ray tools and support for the latest version of Cinema 4D. Plus, find out what’s coming next in V-Ray for Cinema 4D.

Thriving on Chaos: V-Ray, Corona and Lavina at SIGGRAPH 2019

Get all the latest V-Ray news, Corona updates and highlights from Chaos’ new real-time ray tracer, Lavina — plus the full scoop from Total Chaos @ SIGGRAPH 2019.

See the future of real-time ray tracing in this new Project Lavina video

Animation support, NVIDIA RTX GPU scaling, a new noise algorithm plus more expand Lavina, the world’s most realistic real-time ray tracer.

V-Ray for Unreal webinar — watch now!

The latest V-Ray for Unreal update is packed with great new features. Join CG Specialist Valentin Yovchev to discover how to make the most of them.

V-Ray for Unreal, update 1 released

Unreal native materials now supported in V-Ray for Unreal, plus viewport rendering, memory and speed optimizations, and compatibility with Unreal Engine 4.22.

Total Chaos: The Masterclasses recap

Ahead of the main conference, Chaos Group hosted a series of tutorials hosted by industry pros from Pixar, WeWork and many more. Find out how it went down.

Total Chaos: the keynote

Chaos Group launched its second annual computer graphics conference with a keynote focused on research, community support and the latest product news.

V-Ray Next for Maya, update 1 out now

Includes Maya 2019 compatibility, new memory management features and improved light sampling, plus optimizations to take your workflow to the next level.

© Peter Sandeman & Tom Booth
V-Ray Next for Modo now available

Calling all Modonauts! The most powerful V-Ray ever is out now for Modo. Discover how GPU optimizations and new materials can quickly deliver amazing results.

Over 1,000 scans for your designs

VRscans now has over 1,000 physically scanned, ultra-realistic materials thanks to new fabrics and leathers from Handy Living and Townsend Leather.

© Federico Fernandez & Andrea Montis
V-Ray Next for Rhino Out Now

V-Ray becomes project control center and expands capabilities of Rhino and Grasshopper with photorealistic rendering, scene intelligence and asset management.

EVE Images © GSP Städtebau
Chaos Cloud now available

Tap the unlimited power of cloud computing and experience fast, easy rendering of even your most complicated jobs. Try it now and get 20 free credits.

© David Santos
V-Ray Next for SketchUp is here

A renderer four years in the making. Experience V-Ray’s smartest and most powerful photorealistic rendering in your favorite design program — without any fuss.

© Alex Maltsev
Total Chaos 2019 announced

It’s back! Join us May 16 – 18 and experience the spectacular fusion of art + technology. Secure your place – and save money – with our early bird ticket offer

© Jak Pagan
Announcing the Winners of Our Student Rendering Competition!

Jak Pagan’s “Capsule” picks up grand prize in future-themed V-Ray and Corona art contest. See the winning entry, and find out about the awesome runner-ups.

Scanline VFX — The Meg © Warner Bros. Ent. All rights reserved.
V-Ray Next for 3ds Max, Update 1 out now

Find out how our brand new Viewport IPR, more accurate lens effects and GPU rendering improvements can help you create your best work in no time.