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DomuS3D®: this month's project

Are you running DomuS3D® Venus? Download Christmas project, ready to render with V-Ray and mental ray

Our projects for your business 

In this issue you will find a modern living already prepared for Christmas' Eve.
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.

Room has the following shape:

Most important features of this project are:

  1. Materials and lights have been setup in order to emphasize rendering. You can find both versions (mental ray and V-Ray), even if materials behave differently, as you can see in the preview images
  2. Room area is around 64,59 Sqm
  3. Plaster/Stone effect you can find in the wall on the left has been achieved with an object created with the internal 2D CAD module
  4. Stone material has been enriched with Displacement effect
  5. Background (external images) has been crated placing a Photo2D image
  6. There's a hole in the floor, in order to place down a plant
  7. There is a Velux that allows you to nake a hole in the ceiling and see... snow coming down...
  8. Christmas wreaths have been downloaded in the free 3DWarehouse; you can find it in the Live! page
  9. Project contains 1.091.178 3D faces and 20.535 polygon mesh
  10. Has been rendered with following resolution: 2984 x 1678 pixel. Rendering time: 1h 53m with mental ray, 1h 15m with V-Ray (ALIENWARE computer equipped with processor Intel Core I7 3.50GHz - 8 core - 32GB RAM, Windows 64 bit)
  11. Project is available for DomuS3D® Venus version or later

If you will render the projecty with mental ray, you will obtain the following image:

If you will render the projecty with V-Ray, you will obtain the following image:

Download and use it

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

Click here if you want to download the project compatible with V-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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DomuS3D® Technical Support Team