Top 10 reasons to choose V-Ray for Architectural Visualisation
More and more architectural visualisation artists and studios are using V-Ray to render photorealistic imagery and animations. Find out why it’s a great fit.
A fast, reliable rendering engine has never been more important for designers, architects, and architectural visualisation artists. Tighter deadlines, shorter project cycles, more competition, and ever-increasing quality expectations can put the squeeze on everyone from solo artists to large teams within architectural firms.
Fortunately, V-Ray is here to take the strain. Chaos’ render engine helps artists and designers communicate their designs in the best way and express their creative ideas transparently and without limitations. At the same time, it opens new real-time communication experiences with clients.In this article, we’ll look at the benefits V-Ray offers professionals in architectural rendering who want to improve and streamline their end-to-end design processes.
1. V-Ray is easy to learn and easy to use
Over the past few years, V-Ray has been redesigned to start quickly and easily. In just a few steps, you can create stunning architectural visualisation imagery – which is surely the dream of every artist.
In addition, V-Ray works seamlessly with the most popular 3D platforms, including SketchUp, 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, Rhino, Revit, and more.
2. With V-Ray you have no limits
3. Speed, versatility, and scalability — all in one place
4. Searching for photorealistic quality? Look no further
5. You can quickly validate your ideas in real-time
Chaos Vantage is a real-time ray-traced solution. With its Live Link, you can navigate your scene and look at your design with the realistic quality of V-Ray.
6. A large user community that helps you get better
The V-Ray 3D rendering software community is huge, with forums, social media, content creators, instructors, and more. You can ask for anything from technical expertise to opinions on your latest render — and you’re sure to receive a friendly answer.
Chaos also has an array of free learning resources to help everyone from novices finding their feet to well-versed artists who want to implement a new feature. Architects and designers can easily find lots of docs, tutorials, and 3D assets to speed up their arch viz workflows.
7. High-quality 3D assets and HDR skies are included
Creating photorealistic architecture visualisation forces us to contextualise the space. It helps create a narrative that tells a story at the right time.
Chaos Cosmos is integrated into V-Ray and offers the highest quality 3D assets, HDRs, and Materials, with a simple drag-and-drop solution. In no time, you can contextualise your scenes with hundreds of options for cars, plants, people, HDR skies, materials, and more.
8. Cloud Rendering on-demand when you need it most
9. With technical support and ongoing development, V-Ray’s got your back
Is there a feature or tool you’d love to see added to V-Ray? Drop Chaos a line, or mention it on the Chaos forum.
10. Excellent value for money
Education licensing is available for institutions and students, they have access to discounts. These licenses are fully functional with no limitations or watermarks.
Begin your 3D rendering journey.
V-Ray is a world-renowned rendering engine for architectural visualisation. For more than two decades, it has continuously revolutionised the way the best firms, architects, and designers create images. Want to see for yourself? V-Ray has a 30-day Free Trial.