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Comment by Wallace Amorim Júnior on March 17, 2014 at 12:26pm

Aguinaldo, Não sei se você já obteve a resposta, mas no editor de materiais do NXT há dois parâmetros para dosar o reflexo dos objetos no campo "Reflective Finish and Highlight": INTENSITY controla o quanto o material é reflexivo, sendo que no máximo transforma o objeto num espelho; SHARPNESS controla a nitidez do reflexo, no máximo a imagem fica limpa e quanto menor for, vai ficando mais borrada.

Ainda tem SHADER, que dá 6 opções que também afetam a forma como o material reflete o que está em volta; e SATURATION que diz o quanto de cor do ambiente será refletido. Quanto menor o valor, o reflexo terá o tom da cor original do material; quanto maior o valor, as cores refletidas ficarão mais próximo dos objetos refletidos.

Espero ter ajudado.

Comment by Aguinaldo Marinho on January 20, 2014 at 10:06pm

How do you create a mirrored material without being transparent in NXT Render?
I tried to create but is transparent! In AR4 had to (MIRROR) option. This option only created the reflection in the material. if need be, he had an option to create a transparent glass that reflects and at the same time there is transparency. But if you need a INOX material, I'm not getting the NXT!



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