VRay 3.5 for Maya
Now in VRay 3.5 for Maya — Faster rendering, more responsive look development, and added realism for VFX and animation projects. This update includes major GPU rendering improvements, with support for a wider range of production features. V-Ray 3 for Maya users can download this free update now.
Want to see VRay 3.5 for Maya in action? Join us for a special webinar on April 11 to find out what’s new.
Top new features include:
Faster rendering with Adaptive Lights
V-Ray 3.5 introduces Adaptive Lights, a fast new lighting algorithm that speeds up rendering in scenes with many lights.
Interactive look development with VRay IPR
Look development is quicker and more responsive in latest V-Ray for Maya. The improved V-Ray IPR starts instantly, updates faster and uses less memory.
And new VRay Frame Buffer tools accelerate renders with V-Ray IPR.
Improved shading and reflections
Latest V-Ray for Maya introduces Glossy Fresnel for more accurate reflections, and the popular alSurface material with layered SSS for realistic skin.
About VRay 3.5:
V-Ray is a biased computer-generated imagery rendering software application developed by Bulgarian Chaos Group (Bulgarian: Хаос Груп), that was established in Sofia in 1997. V-Ray is a commercial plug-in for third-party 3D computer graphics software applications and is used for visualizations and computer graphics in industries such as media, entertainment, film and video game production, industrial design, product design and architecture. The company chief architects are Peter Mitev and Vladimir Koylazov.
Chaos Group is a worldwide leader in computer graphics. We create the technology that helps artists and designers create photoreal imagery and animation for design, television, and feature films. Our physically-based rendering and simulation software is used daily by top design studios, architectural firms, advertising agencies, and visual effects companies around the globe. Our research and development in cloud rendering, material scanning, and virtual reality is shaping the future of creative storytelling and digital design.
Source: Chaos Group