Artists can now freely access 15 different 3D products and services for real-time scene exploration and photorealistic rendering.
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Expanded toolset includes photorealistic ray tracer, adding post-rendering compositing and lighting tool capabilities that makes adjustment of render elements and color corrections much easier.
Technology leader’s APEXX T3 workstation one of first in industry to ship with new processor, with performance enhancements built to accelerate and optimize creative workflows.
Creative studio collaborates with 215 McCann, XBOX and The Coalition to produce, design and animate three key pieces of game launch content.
Support for native Unreal materials and Viewport rendering bring powerful new capabilities to full user base.
Version 2.0 rewrite of cloud-hosted rendering platform provides faster job startup, increased scalability and up to 48,000 CPU render cores.
Production studio explores different animation styles with the help of V-Ray renderer for new anthology series now on Netflix.
Software brings V-Ray scenes directly into the Unreal Editor, letting artists tap into the game engine’s power to create immersive experiences.
Developer of Award-winning ray-tracing technology announces acquisition of V-Ray for Cinema 4D, plans for Corona for Cinema 4D.
Next-gen rendering technology now available for Maya artists; faster speeds and workflows through AI, GPU, and Smart Tech.
VFX veteran leads 75-artist team, using state-of-the-art virtual production technology, to tell the story of an android’s battle against a gang of robots.
Industry analyst Jon Peddie weighs in on the significance of NVIDIA’s recently announced Turing GPU architecture and AI-enhanced photorealistic rendering.
Project Lavina Demonstrates photorealistic computer graphics rendering at up to 90 frames per second on new NVIDIA Turing-based Quadro RTX GPUs.
World’s simplest cloud rendering service leverages Google Cloud for ultra-fast renders; open beta includes free credits until launch.
A behind-the-scenes look at blockbuster films and hit TV shows with Digital Domain, Method Studios, ILM and Scanline VFX among featured presenters.
Photorealistic ray tracer enters next stage with the help of scene intelligence, AI and double speed GPU rendering.
Filmmakers Miguel Ortega and Tran Ma spent three years making their crowdfunded indie short, which was realized with support from Chaos Group’s Partners in Art program.