AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Working on a close relative of sub-surface scattering.  Looks like someone burnt dinner, but it's kind of interesting.

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Or some one leave the windows open, look nice...

Definitely potential there.

Make sure you diconnect the smoke alarms.

I really like the way it treats the rays of sunlight through the window.

The foggy/smokey atmosphere, not so much.

I think that you can't take it without fog...
GREAT!, I believed that I will never see that tool in nXt... Thx
Perhaps not enough beam and to much fog?... Or for this beam density, is there too much fog? But I take it like it is...
It's just modeling the interaction of light with a participating medium.  The "beam" isn't an object that's being rendered, it's a natural consequence of the algorithm.
More smoke filled room?
I think you're close. Just adding some contrast already makes a difference.
Can't Wait!
It looks great . It will be a very nice tool. What about impact in rendering time?
Not too bad, so far.

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"good image and nice montage... the only thing is that the sky is too blue ... a light colour and would make it perfect"
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