The jungle where all Rhino animals live
Make your architectural designs pop with realistic foliage! Makers of SpeedTree Architect want you to know that in addition to being able to export for integration with 3ds Max, Maya and Rhino, You can have access to their growing library of foliage models through their SpeedTree Model Library. Want great looking trees? Then you should take some time to consider SpeedTree Architect!
"The IDV team has been working on a new edition of SpeedTree that’s targeted to the needs of architects and we’re excited to announce that “SpeedTree Architect” is now here! It combines precise modeling and rendering of realistic trees/plants with easy workflow into many leading 3D architectural visualization applications. We’ve packaged SpeedTree Architect to be the quickest, simplest way to get custom vegetation into any architectural drawing or animation and it’s priced for architectural budgets at $495 per seat (node locked)."
So where is the discussion about it being "Rhino ready"? Just below friend!
"A newly-added export capability supported by SpeedTree Architect allows simple integration with the popular Rhino 3D modeling software from Robert McNeel & Associates. Rhino is a stand-alone, commercial NURBS-based 3D modeling tool that can create, edit, analyze, document, render, animate, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces, and solids and polygon meshes."
If you are looking to add realistic coconut palms and other various vegetation to your renders and designs, then you shouldn't pass up the chance to try it as a free evaluation. More details about the press release can be found here at SpeedTree's blog.