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V-Ray for Rhino Beta now open

V-Ray for Rhino 1.5 Beta now open to Rhino users


Chaos Group, the developers of the V-Ray rendering engine technology, have announced that V-Ray Rhino 1.5 Beta is now available.

Rhino users will benefit from many new features, fixes and improvements. These include such things as real-time rendering with V-Ray RT, optimized image-based lighting with the new Dome Light, and efficient memory management using Proxy Objects.

Sample of the rendering quality of VRAY for C4D

Vray is not yet available for Rhino on Mac. However Vray is available for Cinema 4D, as you can see from the image above.

If you are a Rhino user on Windows you can tap into this Beta now. To learn more visit this link.

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