Chaos Group to Showcase New V-Ray Arch-Viz Developments at the 2013 AIA National Convention

Sofia, Bulgaria – June 18, 2013 – At the 2013 American Institute of Architects Convention (AIA), Chaos Group will demonstrate how recent additions to V-Ray for 3ds Max, V-Ray for Rhino and the recently released open beta of V-Ray 1.6 for SketchUp communicate architectural design concepts with realism and accuracy.

As a Cornerstone Partner to the American Institute of Architects, Chaos Group will be joining the AIA Convention and other AIA events throughout the year to provide world-class educational guidance to architects and extend its outreach to the architectural community.

Joining Chaos Group will be customer TILTPIXEL, whose imagery and short films have been utilized by architects, developers, and Fortune 500 companies. Ramy Hanna, partner and 3D artist at TILTPIXEL, will speak to the “Rendering the Fresno House with V-Ray 1.6 for SketchUp” twice daily in the Chaos Group booth (#4307) at both 11 a.m. (exterior rendering focus) and 1 p.m. (interior rendering focus).

“Creating a variety of interior lighting scenarios is simple with the new V-Ray for SketchUp,” said Hanna. “When set up, it’s simply a matter of selecting the scene tabs and hitting render to see different lighting options. It’s never been easier and more organized.”

To schedule a meeting with Chaos Group or to view a demonstration of V-Ray for 3ds Max, Rhino, or SketchUp during the AIA Convention, please contact: Corey Rubadue, Email Contact.

If you’re unable to attend the 2013 AIA Convention and would like additional information and resources about Chaos Group, please visit their virtual booth. Sign-up is free.

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About Chaos Group

Chaos Group is a leading provider of innovative rendering solutions for the media, entertainment, and design industries. For over a decade our flagship rendering software, V-Ray®, has set the standard for speed, quality, reliability and ease of use, and it has become the rendering engine of choice for renowned international studios. We work closely with our customers from around the world to ensure we’re creating the best tools for their workflow. Inspired by their imaginative creations, we passionately pursue advances in rendering technology and continue to improve the software needed to communicate their vision.

We proudly support the 3D community with our advanced software solutions: V-Ray® for Autodesk® 3ds Max®, V-Ray® for Autodesk® Maya®, V-Ray® for Autodesk® Softimage®, V-Ray® for Rhino®, V-Ray® for SketchUp®, Phoenix FD and Pdplayer.

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