9/8/2011

Bunkspeed: Render Like Real

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While a number of designers are using a Bunkspeed product or two for their rendering, the company has just launched a new package, Bunkspeed PRO 2012, that combines the company’s SHOT PRO and MOVE PRO into a single package.

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While a number of designers are using a Bunkspeed product or two for their rendering, the company has just launched a new package, Bunkspeed PRO 2012, that combines the company’s SHOT PRO and MOVE PRO into a single package. In addition to which, they’re using a NVIDIA iray version 2 raytrace engine for rendering animation.

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(Model: Starnuti; from GrabCad.com)

There are other features (e.g., photometric lights; configuration and model set capability for variant creation), but the fidelity alone as you can see in the image here (and let’s face it, the image you’re looking at is several times removed from the real output) should make it exceedingly useful for vehicle and component design.

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