V-Ray is a plug-in for third-party 3D software such as 3ds Max and Maya. In architectural and civil engineering, it is used for visualisation and graphics. V-Ray works seamlessly with SketchUp and Revit. It has an extensive material library and resources. Hence, it is widely used to create photo-realistic presentations of buildings, interiors, and other civil structures.
The V-Ray course covers the techniques to create realistic visualisations and quick animations with V-Ray. For this, it focuses on training students to master key features of V-Ray such as light and shadow, real-world material rendering, and aerial perspectives, among others. Training will be given on the following key aspects:
V-Ray is widely used in architectural and civil engineering where creating photorealistic images and animations is important to win clients. It is a highly compatible plug-in and works well with leading 3D tools such as Maya, 3D Studio Max, Blender, Rhinoceros 3D, Soft-image, Sketchup, and Revit. People with V-Ray skills are placed as:
Explore our certification courses that teach the software in different combinations under the following course categories: