Enscape, a leading provider of real-time visualization, 3D rendering, and virtual reality technology for the global AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) industry, recently released version 3.2. This latest update includes many new features that help architects and designers worldwide to transform Rhino models into immersive real-time 3D experiences, creating more vivid real-time visualizations and streamlining workflow.
Enscape 3.2 New Features
- Dynamic asset placement
Users can select, place, and edit assets from the Asset Libraries into their designs via the Enscape rendering window. The Rhino model instantly reflects everything added to the rendering, offering a two-way asset placement. Users can rotate, scale, and delete an asset, and all changes will sync back to the project. Multi-asset placement is also now available to quickly populate scenes with assets such as trees, cars, and people, directly inside Enscape.
- Green building assets and materials
Over 250 new assets, including 150 green building assets like wind turbines and solar panels, have been added, in addition to new materials such as organic bricks, recycled plastic, hay plastic, solar modules, solar roof tiles, and more.
New materials and people assets
Batch rendering of panoramas
Upload management overhaul
Ray-traced sun shadows in the real-time view
Windows 11 support