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At 2:40pm on June 9, 2012, Aguinaldo Marinho said…

Olá, Oliveira...

Seja bem vindo ao site do NXT...

Quando entrei só havia um brasileiro no site... agora já são mais de dez..

Desejo trocar informações sobre o NXT...

Postei meu primeiro Render no NXT... Trabalho já a vários anos no AR3...

Sinop não está tão longe de Goiás... és o meu vizinho mais perto!!!.. rsrs..

Aguardo contato...

um abraço....!!!

At 7:03am on March 29, 2012, Roy Hirshkowitz said…

AutoCAD.

At 2:20pm on March 28, 2012, Roy Hirshkowitz said…

I don't understand what you're asking.  Try to be more clear.

At 5:24pm on March 22, 2012, Rafael Carlos Benner said…

Olha a imagem...

Fiz o seguinte, selecionei a peça em amarelo, que no caso já está sendo considerada como lampada de cor amarela. 

Passo a passo:

- Na aba light clique no icone "lampada +" que é o new light;

- De um nome para esta lampada - tipo "luminária cozinha 01"

- selecione o omnidirectional (caso queira que o objeto sirva como lampada dentro de uma luminária.

- não esqueça de selecionar o objeto que servira como lampada.

- Ajuste o brilho e diga a unidade de medida, se vai ser lumens ou wats

- escolha uma cor se quiser, se conseguir colocar em 4200k, é a cor neutra para lampada.

dê um enter ou ok, e na aba vai aparecer a sua lampada, 

At 5:08pm on March 22, 2012, Rafael Carlos Benner said…

Como posso lhe ajudar? Na iluminação interna, ou seja, luminárias, eu crio blocos a partir de modelos existentes. Por exemplo, aquelas imagens de interiores, fiz luminárias e dentro delas coloquei um bloco esférico só para servir de lampada, e então selecionei como objeto para iluminar. Mas vamos fazer assim, descreva suas dúvidas que vou tentar te ajudar. Deu sorte, hoje estou em casa e com tempo, talvez eu consiga te responder só amanhã a noite ou sábado a noite. 

 
 
 

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