Achieving the desired lighting effect can take a rendering from good to great! HOK, a global architectural firm, provided us a rendering from the Canon Headquarters project featuring several RPC People. Projects designers selected a series of RPC Business People to populate a lobby scene, including RPC Amber, (seen above and below in the tan
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr9j-LNQcR4] See an RPC in the ArchVision Dashboard you want to use? Simply select, drag, and drop the RPC into a 3ds Max or AutoCAD scene. By dragging and dropping into your scene it will also by default download to your ACM. Give it a try and let us know what you think.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJ-qyX-_Bl0&w=486&] Using ArchVision Dashboard is a convenient way to manage RPC Plug-ins and Content. In this two minute video, we’ll show you how to select, download and configure your RPC Plug-in. We’ve selected Autodesk 3ds Max 2012 64 bit as an example.
After a lot of anticipation V-Ray for Maya is now officially available. Chaos Group says that this version will allow rendering of even larger scenes with greater complexity faster than ever before. We’re excited to see what kind of incredible renderings are produced from this amazing product.
ArchVision is pleased to announce the availability of the all new RPC Plug-in for 3ds Max 2012. This plug-in is available with the purchase of an ArchVision Software license or RPC All Access