Additional third-party applications available on demand via Thinkbox include The Foundry’s NUKE and KATANA, Chaos Group V-Ray, NVIDIA Iray and Mental Ray, Redshift, and Peregrine Labs’ Yeti.
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Multi-year agreement gives Cinema 4D developer access to NVIDIA rendering technology, including its Quasi-Monte Carlo sampling patent family, NVIDIA Iray, and Material Definition Language.
Material Definition Language (MDL) authoring now possible in a design industry first; Linux support increases compatibility with VFX pipelines.
NVIDIA’s latest GPU architecture boosts ray-tracing and rendering performance and allows artists to manipulate complex designs up to twice as fast as before; VRWorks 360 Video SDK supports real-time 4K workflows.
Available now as a free beta to Autodesk Maya users, mental ray for Maya brings final frame rendering directly to the Maya viewport.
NVIDIA SDK brings together all the essential elements for creating GPU-accelerated applications, with access to almost 100 different libraries and APIs as well debugging and profiling tools for Android, Windows and Linux.
Thinkbox’s e-commerce portal now offering on-demand, per-minute licensing for additional third-party applications.
ILMxLAB artists employ HP Z Workstations equipped with NVIDIA Quadro professional GPUs for the new Star Wars VR experience, ‘Trials on Tatooine.’
Iray for MAXON’s Cinema 4D now available in the NVIDIA web store free for 90 days, then $295 a year with a node-locked or floating license.
AAA texturing tool powered by NVIDIA’s Iray renderer streamlines game asset pipeline; photorealistic rendering and curated asset store now available.
Available now for a free 90-day trial, Iray Server coordinates a network of machines as a 'cluster' to speed the creation of images.
Iray plug-ins for Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya support NVIDIA’s new distributed rendering solution, Iray Server, now in open beta.