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DomuS3D®: this month's project

Are you running DomuS3D® Venus or 2016? Download this project (Modern kitchen in Chicago), ready to render with V-Ray and mental ray

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In this issue you will find a project related to a modern kitchen in Chicago.
As usual, project has been optimized (architecture, tiles, material and - primarily - lights and illumination) in order to get the best results possible while in the render process using V-Ray and mental ray.

NOTE: project has been setup in different ways for the rendering engines. V-Ray aims to provide a medium quality of the image, together with a dramatic time reduction for the rendering process. Mental ray aims to provide a better quality of the rendered image, without taking care of the rendered time.

Technical details of the project:

Rendered image dimensions 2136 x 1199 pixel
Room(s) surface 105 SQM
Polygon-Mesh 50
3DFaces 528.415
Tiles with BUMP YES
Materials with BUMP YES

 

Time to render using V-Ray:

9 min 05 sec with single machine

Time to render using mental ray:

1 h 39 min 13 sec (*) with single machine, equipped as follows

Computer type Processor RAM Op. System Graphc card
DELL Precision 5810 Intel XEON CPU E5-1650 @ 3.5 GHz 32 GB Windows 8 64 bit NVIDIA Quadro K4200

(*) Consider image size when rendering. The bigger the image size, the longer it'll take in order to render. For example, if you reduce the image size by 50%, time will be reduced up to 75%: always take care of sizes!

This is the image you will get rendering the project with V-Ray:

This is the image you will get rendering the project with mental ray:

Download and use it

Click here if you want to download the project compatible with V-Ray.

Click here if you want to download the project compatible with  mental ray.


Then, follow these steps:

1. Extract the project (it's a .PJP file) from the ZIP folder, and save it on disk
2. Open DomuS3D®, close any opened project, and run command  "File->Import/Export->Import project package(s)"
3. Finally, select the file saved in pt. 1

 

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Enjoy your DomuS3D®

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