Archives for real-time rendering
Project Lavina advances for Chaos Group, NVIDIA RTX GPU scaling, noise reduction and more….
KeyShot 9 to support NVIDIA RTX accelerated GPU ray tracing and AI-accelerated denoising through the integration of NVIDIA OptiX ray-tracing engine.
Unreal materials support brings Academy-Award-winning raytracing technology to full use base; free content for current users.
Unity Reflect will save customers time and money by giving AEC professionals the ability to export BIM data natively from Autodesk Revit and expanding collaborative real-time 3D experiences on any device.
GRAPHISOFT and Epic announce co-marketing agreement to bring real-time, raytracing technology to ARCHICAD 23 users in the second half of 2019.
Epic acquires Twinmotion and adds it to its Unreal Engine suite of technologies for professional markets.
New release of Unreal Engine brings many new features, including real-time ray tracing rendering, faster performance and streamlined production for both game and enterprise users.
New R&D unlocks unprecedented rendering speeds in V-Ray with NVIDIA’s new ray tracking hardware.
The latest service pack for Vectorworks 2019 adds new Lumion Live-Sync rendering and much other powerful visualization features.
New award-winning Italian software startup has eye-catching VR 3D software platform on both Windows and Mac.
Seamless import of V-Ray scenes into Real-Time, Ray-Traced rendering now available in Unreal Beta for Architecture, Automotive, and Design.
Twinmotion 2018 garners award in the area of innovation. The new interactive renderer is one of the latest innovations from Abvent of France.
Twinmotion 2018 will be globally available and announced at SIGGRAPH 2017.
Finally, Apple’s Mac platform gets a leading-edge app in the hot new domain of “interactive-rendering” in the AEC market. The new Twinmotion 2018—with its all new Unreal Game Engine integration—supports macOS natively.
Axalta Customer Experience Center gains new technology for color powered by Luxion’s rendering technology, famously found in the award-winning KeyShot app.