Hi Im new in working with SkethUp! Im wondering how you put those realistic trees, flowers and sky at first place before using Lumert! is that photoshoped?
Thank you for the information on LumenRT, downloaded it last night played with it a little with amazing results. I am looking forward to understanding its capabilities. The question I have for you; Where can I get a copy of the grass used in the demo model? It looks great.
Wow thats realy cool! Do you know if there is a demo/trial version of this plugin? That would be great (especially as a poor hobbyist :P)
How about to export the scenes to Unity 3D to use it on webbrowser ?
Will that be possible ?
@Alain Not sure, but that is a great idea! I'll suggest this to the dev team.
Great ! :-) This could be very interesting for real estate marketing.
We do alot of websites and visualizations for real estate marketing an customers are often interested in such solutions but the solutions have to be payable and I guess with LumenRT and Unity 3D we could do that for a better price :-)
Pretty Cool Ronen, you can even go for a swim! Do you know if there are plans to release it for MAX?
@connollydavid I'll try to find out... not sure I can make it public though, even if I get the info ;)
@ronenbekerman for what the client actually wants...hard to gauge at the moment
It's a new way for fast project presentation or for project changes ;)
Price is almost good, only 195$. That's always a point of interest.
@TAvisual The ROI seems very good with this product... but it will not be like that for long - they plan to bump it up to $295 at some point.
(Polytown will sell the DVD version of this product. Little bit of disclosure here)
I think they need to add more features before they do this. Dynamic sun position, Artificial lights and Moving elements to name a few.
@Farrokh Sure thing! I'll keep updating with more info about this. I also opened a new Linkedin group for real-time architectural visualization at the following URL - http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Real-Time-Architectural-Visualization-3994295
I invite you all to join in and engage in the conversations about real-time solutions in archviz (not too many currently, its a new group)
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