Articles tagged in "industry news"

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Announcing the V-Ray Education Collection

Broaden your horizons, unleash your creativity and deep dive into the world of 3D rendering and fluid simulation with our new educational offering.

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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.

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.

© 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.

An apartment with a city view© Nikos Nikolopoulos
What to expect from the Total Chaos 2020 Masterclasses

The Total Chaos Masterclasses are a unique opportunity to boost your knowledge with expert advice from seasoned industry pros. Here’s everything you need to know.

A white car x-rayed by an iPhone© Click-Ins
How Click-Ins tech uses AI with V-Ray to fight insurance fraud

The power of V-Ray — in combination with the Click-Ins AI platform — is revolutionizing the insurance industry to help eliminate fraud. Discover how.

Godzilla toy with toy soldiers© SuperBlimp
Win prizes and get what you need to speed up your render times with RTX On

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.

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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.

An avenue leading to a colonial building on a sunny day© Bertrand Benoit - bbb3viz.com
V-Ray GPU Adds Support for NVIDIA RTX

RTX acceleration brings a speed boost to new V-Ray Next updates

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.

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What is THU? V-Ray artist & Total Chaos contest winner explains

Total Chaos competition winner and V-Ray artist Ivona Alexandrov shares how her passions for science, technology and art magically collided at THU 2019 in Malta.

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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.

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.

© Dan Lipson
How to win a Rookies CG student award

The esteemed CG student contest has revealed its winners. Check out some of the top V-Ray-rendered entries and learn co-founder Alwyn Hunt’s secrets for success.

Total Chaos: Day one recap

Ian Spriggs exclusively unveils his latest portrait, Vlado on new V-Ray Next for 3ds Max features, women in tech panel plus more from Chaos Group's conference.

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.

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How this Norwegian studio crafts subsea visualizations

Who knew deep sea machinery could be this hypnotic? Rendering.no shows us a pipeline for pipelines and talks us through creating a stormy ocean in Phoenix FD.

© 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

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.

V-Ray for Unreal unleashed

V-Ray just got Unreal. Discover how real-time and ray tracing together in a single pipeline will revolutionize the way you visualize and work.

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Chaos Group welcomes V-Ray for Cinema 4D to the family

V-Ray for Cinema 4D, the leading VFX and motion graphics renderer, is now an official Chaos Group product. Here’s what you need to know and how to migrate.

V-Ray Next for Maya has landed. And it’s up to 7x faster.

Smarter, faster, more powerful rendering is here: V-Ray Next for Maya boasts scene intelligence and faster production rendering for high-end VFX and animation.

Federico Ciavarella - Buildings Fog© Federico Ciavarella
Join the V-Ray Cloud Beta and try free rendering

Chaos Group’s cloud service combines powerful tech with a simple interface, so you can render your most complex scenes at the push of a button. Sign up for the beta, and enjoy free rendering for a limited time.