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Some minor tuning, material - wise changes, different composition, literally no post process except sign insertion. Customer's request for A2 print. No payment for that :( :( :(

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Look, that Lumion thingy is really THAT fast. Once in the past I had the opportunity to try version 3, which literally spit the results almost instantly. I think some heavy use of hardware (GPU) is going on and some other crazy rendering simplification algorithms are used to squeeze rendering times so much. It reminds me somehow the feel of game development platforms like EPIC Unreal Engine 4, which can do such things in real time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTt7AGIpV2I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRqMbHgBIyY

 hi George,,unreal engine...have you used it? if you have can you import  any 3d format model  to it?

I am investigating it right now Mike, though it looks quite complicated at the first sight I might add. It can import several 3D filetypes, such as OBJ and FBX. Blender 3D has ready to use exporter and it's quite straightforward to output things out of it and import them into UE.

you know...its better than lumion in movie production....slightly sharper and less flickering....

I just might go down that route to see if movies production is like in Unreal engine 4

George I found one...:)

www.cobas.com

real time render in 3d max.....now that will turn my head around...:)

and cheap only $295 ...

Stay away from Cobas Mike, except you have some health problems (hope not :D ). But CEBAS Moskito maybe is the one you mention :)

http://www.cebas.com/?pid=productinfo&prd_id=175

Blender + Cycles has that FOR FREE :D The more powerful video card you have, the faster is the real time rendering. Best solution now = two GTX980 ~ 1000€ = almost supercomputer horsepower under your desk :)

:D.... so you have used it with blender....I do have a fast machine with 4g graphic card..gtx 770

so is it any good?

I am using it almost all time. Cycles uses GPU smoothly. Thea render too. And the Moskito does it too. I think your GTX 770 is quite fast. You'll probably experience significantly faster rendering times using GPU. Read and compare some benchmark results on CPU and GPU usage in this Blender Artists thread. Or you can even download, install and run it on your machine to try it yourself :)

hello george

I signed up for the cobas moskito render,didnt hear from them yet.

Pretty Render.

Actually I always render in Nxt - Exteriors are really fast both on my old Quadcore as well as the Dell supermachine. Its all about the resolution size for me.

Of course interiors need a lot of study before setting render times.

Hi Birdman, it's been a while not seeing you here! Any new (stunning as always) work to show? Make our jaws to drop again! ;)

Hi George, all well buddy. Sure, I will dig up some renders done in the last couple of years. Take care! :)

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