The jungle where all Rhino animals live
Watch, listen and learn! Al Hart of Render Plus Systems hosts this informative webinar on iRender nXt for SketchUp. Learn how to produce photorealistic renderings from 3D designs.
The webinar is free and lasts about about 1 hour, including the Q & A session.
Who is presenting:
Al Hart and Rich Hart have been developing and working with CAD and Rendering Systems for 25 years. They created the first micro-processor based CAD system ARRIS which is still being used today. About 20 years ago, they wrote their first rendering package -- which was called Render Plus -- back when monitors only had 256 colors. It was a real challenge to define the colors, and dither colors, etc. to make good renderings with just 256 colors. Since then they have worked with other rendering packages such as RenderMan from Pixar, Lightscape, Light Works, Accurender, and now the new AccuRender nXt engine which is used in IRender nXt.
They have integrated the nXt Engine into SketchUp and will be giving you some pointers on how to use it today.
In addition to running things at Render Plus, Al is a long time advocate and ongoing contributor to the SketchUp design community.