A powerful rendering tool: V-Ray is a great tool kit for designers and artists alike, who create professional 3D animation and photo-realistic images by applying the lighting, shading and rendering effects to transform flat images and visuals to a reality.
Understandably, architectural model makers require the use of 3D animation and particularly 3D animation software to transform scale models into realistic multi-dimensional models images with detailed interiors and exteriors so prospective buyers or investors can have the real experience of the project in its final state. For such complex large projects, V-Ray offers an excellent capability to build tough, complex scenes with layers, colors and depth.
It offers a plethora of features to choose from, that is best suited for your requirement. Built on the lines of what’s current in the industry, you can invest your valuable time in creating your visualization without having to worry about timeliness and adherence to universal standards, since it can be played anywhere. Moreover, its 3ds Max smart integration capability enables you to have a seamless experience, while keeping the workflow consistent and effortless from one pipeline to the other.
You also have V-Ray for MODO, SketchUp, Maya, Rhino to name a few.
Earlier, rendering multiple assets used to be a huge challenge, but with V-Ray it is effortless. Issues during renders such as flickering, long duration of time taken to render scenes, grainy images are no longer a constant source of frustration for artists and designers, where each of these parts had to be closely supervised. V-Ray provides such superior render that artists can further leverage it by bringing in their creativity to elevate the scene much more.
For example: V-Ray’s denoiser automatically filters out noise and brings down the time taken to render by as much as 50%. Its hybrid GI method enables you to create a perfect balance of speed without compromising quality. The large palette of lights, shapes and controls facilitates the rendering of accurate, artistic rendering of lights.
With the new versions of Vray, progressive renders enable immediate feedback which means decision making and time management is that much quicker, while at the same time mitigates the risk of a particular scene or image not aligned to the requirement by identifying it ahead. The lighting effect also provides a translucent effect turning images that look like plastic into something more natural and life-like.
V-Ray is so superior in technology that technical rendering is no longer an issue and all the technical aspects carry through without any shaking or distortion. V-Ray for Revit enables architects and designers deliver professionally rendered high quality, resolution images with camera and lighting. Using load-on-demand proxy objects, rendering time for enormous scenes can be handled with ease, while the clipper feature makes it possible to create complex cutaways by eliminating mesh objects.
It advanced color management feature assists in tracking render history, adjust colors and the final image output. Deep compositing is also another advantage using its vast beauty, utility and matte passes while also giving you total control during compositing.