Chaos Group - V-Ray 6 for Revit - Commercial
V-Ray for Revit is the most versatile visualization toolset for Autodesk Revit. It can take models from real-time to photoreal rendering and meet the challenges at every stage of project development.
Now, with V-Ray Vision, users can design their BIM project with high-quality real-time visual feedback. V-Ray Vision greatly streamlines all tasks that call for speed and efficiency — whether it’s for rapid experimentation during the concept phase or when users are collaborating on the model in design development.
With the new Chaos Cosmos asset library, architects and designers can build real-life context for their model’s exterior and interior. By employing our carefully curated entourage, great-looking visualizations can be achieved effortlessly, helping users convey their ideas better while retaining accurate scale.
The signature ray-tracing engine achieves the highest level of photorealism anytime it’s needed. Users can study the model’s interaction with light in the early stages of design development and create renders to present the completed model with the highest physical accuracy. V-Ray’s new compositing capabilities polish the final renders without switching to a separate application.
V-Ray 5 for Revit handles the toughest projects and ensures that users can always leverage previous work done in Revit or other 3D applications. It is the perfect tool to handle visualization tasks from concept to completion, right inside Revit.
What's new in V-Ray 5 for Revit?
What is V-Ray for Revit used for?
- Interior design
- Urban design
Key features in V-Ray for Revit
With V-Ray Vision users can visualize their work in real-time. The CPU and GPU render engines give users pipeline flexibility to handle the most demanding projects.
- ▪ V-Ray Vision
- ▪ Chaos Cosmos
- ▪ CPU rendering
- ▪ GPU rendering
- ▪ Denoising
- ▪ Interactive rendering
- ▪ Batch rendering
V-Ray is part of Revit and complements the Revit UI without altering the BIM database.
- Asset Editor
- Appearance manager
- Frame buffer
V-Ray gives users access to an array of natural and artificial lights that can be utilized to create realistic renders of exteriors or interiors. Powerful tools enable users to speed up rendering time, analyze lighting fixtures, generate skies and more.
- Accurate lights
- Light Mixing
- Adaptive Lights
- Lighting analysis
- Global Illumination
- Sun & sky
V-Ray gives access to popular camera types and advanced controls, so users can work as virtual photographers.
- Real-world cameras
- Automatic exposure & white balance
- Lens effects
Materials & textures
V-Ray enables users to give their models realistic looks with both V-Ray and native Revit materials. Numerous precision tools and easy-to-use presets give users the possibility to achieve any desired look for surfaces — from cardboard-like to reflective coated metal.
- Physical materials
- Material library
- Native materials support
- Texture maps
- Material overrides
Atmospheric & volumetric effects
V-Ray gives users the ability to add depth to exterior scenes with realistic atmospheric effects and material light scattering and translucency.
- Aerial perspective
- Volumetric materials
V-Ray allows users to work in a smart and memory-efficient way. Work created in Revit and other supported 3D applications can always be transferred seamlessly.
- Geometry replacements
- V-Ray proxies
- V-Ray Scene
- Section Box
- Infinite ground plane
Upgrade to V-Ray 5 for Revit
Customers with a V-Ray Next for Revit license are eligible to upgrade to V-Ray 5 for Revit.
Licensing and backward compatibility
Upgrading to V-Ray 5 for Revit allows customers to use either V-Ray 5 for Revit, V-Ray Next for Revit or V-Ray 3 for Revit.