Chaos Group Launches V-Ray Collection

Fifteen Chaos Group products with one license; easy access to V-Ray 5, Phoenix FD.

Fifteen Chaos Group products with one license; easy access to V-Ray 5, Phoenix FD.

Chaos Group launches V-Ray Collection, a new offering designed to help artists connect their entire creative pipeline through a single floating license. Users can now move freely between 3D applications, applying their own mix of photorealistic rendering, fluid simulation and real-time scene exploration to any project.

V-Ray Collection offers instant access to 15 products and services for $699/year, including the latest versions of V-Ray, Phoenix FD, Project Lavina and the high-res material library, VRscans, on the same machine. Users will receive free upgrades for the life of their license, as well as 20 Chaos Cloud credits every year.

A standard in architecture, design and visual effects, V-Ray is the most widely used rendering solution in the world. Whether used to showcase products at IKEA or bring the Game of Thrones dragons to life, V-Ray has helped artists and designers visualize their best work for over 20 years, pushing the boundaries of imagery, animation and real time. In 2017, V-Ray was honored with an Academy Award for helping to facilitate the “widespread adoption of fully ray-traced rendering [in] motion pictures.”

V-Ray Collection includes:

Photorealistic Rendering

  • V-Ray for 3ds Max
  • V-Ray for Maya
  • V-Ray for SketchUp
  • V-Ray for Rhino
  • V-Ray for Revit
  • V-Ray for Modo
  • V-Ray for Unreal
  • V-Ray for Houdini
  • V-Ray for Nuke
  • V-Ray for Cinema 4D
  • V-Ray for Blender

All-In-One Fluid Simulation

  • Phoenix FD for 3ds Max
  • Phoenix FD for Maya

1,000+ Scanned Materials

  • VRscans

Real-Time Scene Exploration

  • Project Lavina

Pricing and Availability

V-Ray Collection is available now for $699/year. Licenses can be purchased directly on the product page. Unlike past licenses, V-Ray Collection will not require a separate render node for each product. Individual product licenses are still available. For students, schools and educators, the V-Ray Education Collection is also available.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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