Chaos’ fluid dynamics simulator can be used for more than just VFX. Phoenix product specialist Georgi Zhekov shares how it can bring archviz projects to life.
Dare to dream big and render the world your way. We invite you to demonstrate your passion for 3D art by using your imagination and skill to create a better world.
With USD support now available in V-Ray for Maya and Houdini, we take a look at how this smart file format introduces new levels of versatility to VFX pipelines.
Cause great-looking and completely customizable mayhem with active bodies collision, color absorption, massive wave forces and more new features and improvements.
Latest update includes improved previews and TexUVW sims, particle shader enhancements, plus Phoenix FD for 3ds Max now supports V-Ray 5 and 3ds Max 2021.
Phoenix FD 4 offers more control for realistic fluid simulations. Get to know Active Bodies, Standalone Previewer and the Particle Tuner in our features guide.
With Voxel Tuner, TexUVW and thinkingParticles integration, you can take your Phoenix FD 4 simulations to the next level. Find out how in part 2 of our guide.
Our Game Cinematic Showreel highlights some of the exceptional work being created by V-Ray and Phoenix FD customers across the globe.
We’re inviting students around the world to show us something we’ve never seen before and win big prizes, including a V-Ray or Corona commercial license.
Unlock the many powerful features available in V-Ray Next for Maya in this comprehensive series of video tutorials packed with tips by VFX artist Rusty Hazelden.
PIXOMONDO, RealtimeUK and Cube Creative join us for V-Ray Day — plus HP Mars project blasts off!
Which challenges does the architecture industry face? How important are VR and cloud rendering? Find out in our report.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, Stranger Things and Digital Humans headline blockbuster presentation roster.
Unit Image, Dabarti, Scanline and more join Chris and Vlado for digital arts festival
Fire, Smoke, Liquid and Ocean Simulations Now Possible Directly in Maya
Experience the future of fluid dynamics