NVIDIA Iray for Rhino Webinar by Rüdiger Raab - December 15

NVIDIA Iray for Rhino Webinar
Thu, Dec 15, 2016
10:00 am - 11:00 am CET

Presenter: Rüdiger Raab

On December 15, McNeel Europe will be cohosting the webinar “NVIDIA Iray for Rhino” with the NVIDIA crew.

By attending this webinar presented by the NVIDIA Iray expert Rüdiger Raab, you will learn the advantages of visualizing your design in Rhino using photoreal and interactive rendering.

Iray for Rhino delivers a new level of quality when it comes to creating a realistic looking image of your models. As an interactive renderer integrated to the Rhino viewport, Iray facilitates judging the look of your design so you can create previews and render out a high quality imagery in no time.

The webinar will show how to quickly achieve results, the philosophy behind the workflow, and how easy it is to render with Iray.

Register now…

About Rüdiger Raab
Rüdiger has been with NVIDIA ARC for more than 10 years. Having a background in 3D animation, modeling and rendering, he has been with the Iray for Rhino project from its beginning. His focus is rendering, material workflow, and UI design. He maintains the Iray for Rhino Youtube channel and the NVIDIA Iray for Rhino forum, providing content to those seeking information and learning resources for Iray and Iray for Rhino.

Posted Dec 02, 2016 by Elena Caneva on Rhino News, etc.

Did anyone watch this? I signed up and got a reminder yesterday on the 14th with the link to join the webinar. Today I clicked on it and got a message that I was a day late!? I did attend the Thea rendering webinar yesterday and think I will stick with them until IRAY learns how a calendar works…

The reminders are sent automatically by Go To Webinar, the platform we use.
After you register, two reminders are set: one day before it takes place and also one hour.

It has been recorded, will be uploaded soon.

Any public discussion whether Iray for Rhino Mac is in the cards? Thanks!

Only Iray Mac reference found in quick search related to Cinema 4D.