V-Ray for Rhino
Rhino users in all fields - from engineering and product design to 3D animation - depend on V-Ray as a quick, easy and cost efficient way to render their most cutting-edge images. Developed with the Chaos Group, V-Ray for Rhino works with Robert McNeel & Associates' Rhinoceros, one of the most popular Windows-based NURBS modeling tools available today. V-Ray for Rhino runs on Windows XP and Vista.
* True Raytraced Reflections & Refractions
* Glossy Reflections & Refractions
* Global Illumination & Global Lighting
* Area Shadows
* True HDRI Support
* Fully Multi-threaded Raytracing Engine
* V-Ray Material Editor With Material Preview
* V-Ray Sun and Sky
* V-Ray Physical Camera
* Depth-Of-Field Camera Effect
* Distributed Rendering Over Up To 10 Machines
* V-Ray Express Toolbar
* Animation Support
* Reusable Irradiance Map
V-Ray for Rhino 4.0 runs on ordinary Windows desktop and laptop computers, with: Hardware: Pentium, Celeron, or higher processor; 200 MB disk space; 512 MB RAM. 1 GB or more is recommended. OpenGL graphic card recommended. Operating systems: V-Ray for Rhino 4.0 runs only on Windows 2000, XP Pro, XP Home, and Vista, including an Intel Mac with BootCamp or Parallels; V-Ray for Rhino 4.0 will not run on Windows NT, 95, 98, or ME. V-Ray for Rhino 4.0 does not run natively on Linux, or any other operating system not listed above.
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Michael Ponce, Product Designer
I am a Product Designer and have been a V-Ray fan for years. When I was initially hired at my current position and was specifying 3D software for my computer, I requested V-Ray to be my rendering software with Rhino 4.0. I also use Flamingo, Bongo, and 3D Studio Max, but I chose V-Ray because of its balance between ease of use and high quality results. Chaos Group USA also has a fantastic materials library, and I am a frequent visitor of the free downloads section.
The introduction of V-Ray into our studio represents a gigantic milestone in our workflow, as well as our quality and quantity of work. Before V-Ray, our workflow was slow and tedious. The render quality wasn't up to studio standards and we spent too much time doing post-render Photoshop work. Now, with V-Ray, a rendering rarely takes more than ten minutes, and the quality is amazing!
V-Ray for Rhino has been a phenomenal tool for our design team at Phillips Collection. From modeling prototypes to creating photo-realistic interior scenes we are making our most important design decisions faster and with greater flexibility than ever before.