It seems like we will be able to superpower our Rhinoceros with a tool allowing us to use easy push/pull modeling capabilities inside our fav NURBS software. Check out the video to see what we are so enthusiastic about! :)
A new V-Ray for Rhino update is available. It includes some important bug fixes and changes to the plugin.
Rhino for Mac is finally and officially out and many of you, who were waiting for this (to stop using Windows on Your mac computers), can now download or buy (for a discounted price) a fresh copy of Rhinoceros 5.
Physically based, photorealistic visualizations with Iray, integrated directly to Rhinoceros environment.
Evolute Tools recently launched really interesting tool called EvoluteTools T.MAP beta, a plugin providing mixed integer parametrization for Rhino. It gives you several improvements over classic Rhino workflow: map textures with minimum distortion, use quadrangular or triangular textures and much more!
Our third workshop in Barcelona, which happened in the April 2015, is over and we're bringing you a short overview.
March 2015 has given me an opportunity to meet amazing people from DSSmith - a packaging design company to provide them 3 days workshop in their own facility in Brussels, Belgium.
Second weekend of March is dedicated to learning - We invited Students of Faculty of Fine Arts to Gallery of Architecture to give them a lecture.
In these two intense days, participants will learn the workflow for rendering inside Rhino with the V-ray plugin.
I just came back from an amazing trip to Rome, where FlyingArchitecture was giving a 3-days long lecture under an organization of artc.it.
Architectural visualization workshop in Rome, Italy will be happening in February - don't miss this chance.
Join our free webinar organized by Novedge - we'll review our everyday workflow including Rhinoceros + V-Ray and Photoshop.
We are currently working on writing captions for the newest tutorial - check out the images.
Have a look at some images we prepared for this amazing competition in a cooperation with spectacular architect Gilles Retsin.