At the beginning of this year, Chaos merged with Enscape, which resulted in the company possessing two different popular rendering solutions—one (Enscape) that is fast and efficient albeit with fewer capabilities, and one (V-Ray) that is more robust, feature rich, and delivers realistic renders. Now, users have the best of both worlds. Chaos has launched V-Ray 6 for SketchUp, Rhino, and Revit, with compatibility to Enscape. As a result, architects and designers using the Enscape plug-in to make their designs are able to connect them to V-Ray more easily for photorealistic results.
This transfer of Escape data to V-Ray is possible with the new compatibility Chaos Bridge, which is now available in V-Ray 6 for Revit. So, if a design begins in Revit, it can be rendered and edited in V-Ray 6. As a result, architects and designers can collaborate on photorealistic visualizations during any point in their process, without losing design intent.
V-Ray 6 for Revit also includes other updates that are offered with Version 6 of the software, including a procedural cloud system, cloud-based collaboration, and more.