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Chaos Group Releases V-Ray Collection and Single Floating License

Artists can now freely access 15 different 3D products and services for real-time scene exploration and photorealistic rendering. 

LOS ANGELES -- Chaos Group has announced the launch of V-Ray Collection, a new offering designed to help artists connect their entire creative pipeline through a single floating license. Users can now move freely between 3D applications, applying their own mix of photorealistic rendering, fluid simulation and real-time scene exploration to any project.

V-Ray Collection offers instant access to 15 products and services, including the latest versions of V-Ray, Phoenix FD, Project Lavina, and the high-res material library, VRscans, on the same machine. Users will receive free upgrades for the life of their license, as well as 20 Chaos Cloud credits every year.

A standard in architecture, design and visual effects, V-Ray is a widely used rendering solution. From showcasing products at IKEA or bringing the Game of Thrones’ dragons to life, the platform has helped artists and designers visualize their work for over 20 years. In 2017, V-Ray was honored with an Academy Award for helping to facilitate the “widespread adoption of fully ray-traced rendering [in] motion pictures.”

V-Ray Collection Includes:

Photorealistic Rendering:

  • V-Ray for 3ds Max
  • V-Ray for Maya
  • V-Ray for SketchUp
  • V-Ray for Rhino
  • V-Ray for Revit
  • V-Ray for Modo
  • V-Ray for Unreal
  • V-Ray for Houdini
  • V-Ray for Nuke
  • V-Ray for Cinema 4D
  • V-Ray for Blender

All-In-One Fluid Simulation:

  • Phoenix FD for 3ds Max
  • Phoenix FD for Maya

1000+ Scanned Materials:

  • VRscans

Real-Time Scene Exploration:

  • Project Lavina

For additional information on the V-Ray collection including pricing and licensing visit the product page here.  

Source: Chaos Group

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