Dosch Design has released the first two titles of its newly created product line, Dosch HDRI (High Dynamic Range Images). Both Dosch HDRI: Nature and Dosch HDRI: Skies contains 56 HDR-images, which are presented on three CDs. The new product line offers the user a comprehensive library of HDRI effects for use in 3D design and animation applications. Eliminating the need for manual definition of multiple light-sources and lengthy experimentation with color choice and light-volume, the HDRIs contain information as to whether there is a direct light-source (e.g. sun, spot light) with defined shadows or a cloudy sky/neon lights with diffuse light and "soft" shadows. The HDRIs are provided in the following application forms: Light-Probe (Angular Map); Spherical Map (Latitude-Longitude); Vertical-Cross; and Horizontal-Cross. The use of HDRIs is directly supported in many 3D applications including Lightwave, Softimage|XSI, Maya, RenderMan, 3ds max, VRay, Brazil and finalRender. The HDRI libraries are now available for US$169 each. For additional information visit www.doschdesign.com.