Abvent Launches Render[in] 3 for SketchUp in Public Beta Test
PARIS, Feb. 2, 2016—Abvent SA has announced the launch of Render[in] 3 for SketchUp in a public beta test lasting through February 29. Render[in] is a fully-integrated, real-time physical radiosity engine developed for SketchUp Make and Pro users. Powered by Artlantis 6’s rendering engine, Render[in] gives SketchUp users the high-definition, realistic renderings they’ve been looking for, in a robust, easy-to-use application.
Compatible with SketchUp versions 2015 and 2016, Render[in] 3 uses the same settings as SketchUp, so learning how to create high-definition renderings is fast and easy. Once the model is ready, Render[in] brings designs to life, by offering realistic additions like a 3D sky, four types of clouds, and modifiable lighting sources. Render[in] also offers additional texture settings to choose from, like specular reflection and shininess, and auto-bump for materials.
What’s new in Render[in] 3?
Public beta test
Users are invited to download a free, fully-functional version of Render[in] 3 for SketchUp during the public beta test period, which lasts through February 29, 2016. Visit the Gallery for examples of stunning images created using Render[in].
Since 1985, the Abvent Group has offered innovative image and design solutions for CAD professionals in the fields of architecture, design, and photography. Abvent’s cutting edge approach to digital imagery has resulted in products and services that are innovative, powerful, and easy-to-use. Abvent develops and publishes Artlantis, a family of stand-alone 3D rendering applications developed especially for architects and designers; iVisit360 for Panoramas, iVisit360 VR Objects and animations; and Render[in], a powerful, fully-integrated rendering engine developed for SketchUp. Abvent is the worldwide distributor of Twinmotion, a visualization and 3D immersion software developed for architects, designers, and engineers.