New: V-Ray 6 for Revit

News | December 8, 2022

V-Ray 6 for Revit is now available! This new version includes new options and improvements. Below we list all the new features and enhancements in V-Ray 6 for Revit.

What are the new features of V-Ray 6 for Revit?

Compatibility with Enscape:
Convert scenes directly from Enscape in real time and make them as photorealistic as possible. All design decisions are retained throughout the various design phases as Enscape materials, lights and objects are supporteds. This allows designers and visualization experts to work better together.

Procedural clouds:
Dress your blue skies with the clouds you envision. The new procedural cloud system is flexible and memory-efficient. This allows you to simulate several cloud conditions and animate their movements when exporting solar studies.

V-Ray Decal:
With V-Ray Decal, you project unique materials onto any surface and different objects in your model. For example, you can create road markings, graffiti or uneven surfaces and give them realistic relief with displacement.

Chaos Cloud Collaboration:
Collaboration goes better in the cloud! Easily share work with internal and external stakeholders thanks to Chaos Cloud Collaboration. Significantly speed up the review and approval process by allowing you to upload your renders and panoramas directly from the V-Ray Frame Buffer.

End dome light:
Set the physical scale and size of your 3D environments when using image-based lighting.

Asset tags:
Families and materials can now be grouped using a new tagging system. This will significantly improve your scene organization for complex projects.

Improved dirt texture:
Make sure dirt and weathering are in the right places with positioning tools that make it easy to add or exclude objects.

Better translucent materials:
You can now render translucent materials such as glass or marble faster with the improved V-Ray Materials subsurface scattering mode.

New iridescent materials:
Now easily create iridescent materials such as metals, oil stains and soap bubbles with the new Thin Film option.

More accurate reflections:
Thanks to a new energy conservation technique, metals and rough reflective materials are now rendered even more realistically.

Central library:
V-Ray’s built-in material library is now part of Chaos Cosmos. This way, designers can easily find and manage all their resources in one place.

Panorama Viewer:
Spherical panoramas can now be explored and edited directly from the V-Ray Frame Buffer. This does not require third-party tools.

Composition Guides:
Easily find the right camera angle for a composition using visual guides.

Exposure analysis on GPU:
V-Ray now supports the Lighting Analysis render element to calculate the light intensity of rooms.

V-Ray 6 for Revit now available

Which new position are you most excited about? Order the new V-Ray for Revit now in our webshop.

Attention! V-Ray’s licensing forms have changed. You can now choose a Solo, Premium, or Enterprise license. With each license, you get access to all V-Rays (for 3ds Max, Maya, SketchUp, Rhino, Revit, Cinema 4D, Unreal, Houdini and Nuke). Read more about the new V-Ray licensing structure here.

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