New release: V-Ray 3 for Rhino!


(Bob McNeel) #1

V-Ray 3.0 for Rhino! Now V-Ray is faster than ever to create great looking renderings in Rhino.

Features:

  • Virtual reality - Render VR-ready content for popular virtual reality headsets.
  • Section cuts - Create quick cutaways and section renderings with V-Ray Clipper.
  • Aerial perspective - Add realistic atmospheric depth and haze.
  • Denoiser - Automatically remove noise and cut rendering times by up to 50%.
  • Grass and fur - Create realistic grass, fabrics, and carpet with V-Ray Fur.
  • Twin-engine rendering architecture - With CPU or GPU acceleration, you can choose the fastest one for your hardware.
  • Interactive rendering - Render while you design. See the results right away as you adjust lights, materials, and cameras.
  • Global illumination - Render realistic rooms and interiors with V-Ray’s powerful and fast global illumination.
  • Real-world cameras - Work like a photographer with controls for exposure, white balance, and depth of field.
  • Render elements - Render separate layers for more artistic control in you image editing software.
  • Render nodes - Give V-Ray Swarm an added speed boost with cost effective render node licenses. Render nodes are compatible across V-Ray 3 applications.

Price reduction! The new V-Ray 3 for Rhino license prices for licenses are now USD $695, EUR €500, GBP £430.

Sign up for the free webinar on April 19th.

More info…


Posted Apr 05, 2017 by Sandy McNeel on Rhino News, etc.


#2

This looks good. I’ve got a copy of V 2.0 which I just didn’t end up using much. For those early adopters and BTesters how is this version? Stable? Fast with GPU rendering? and is the GPU strictly for tests or can you do finished work with it?

What is the cost of upgrading?

Thanks.


#3

does GPU-rendering only work with CUDA or is openCL also supported?
if so, how does the performance compare?
thanks.


#4

@hitenter CUDA and CPU RT (Interactive) rendering is only supported at this time. OpenCL RT is something we are looking to add a later point.


#5

@PaulS Yes you can create GPU production renders in V-Ray 3 For Rhino 3.


#6

Great! How’s the speed compared to Arion and Octane?


(Marc Gibeault) #7

Faster of course!


#8

Are you talking about GPU?


(Bob McNeel) #9

@matt_newberg I hope that is V-Ray 3 for Rhino… not V-Ray for “Rhino 3” :slight_smile:


#10

waiting long long time…:joy: