Microsol Resources to Offer V-Ray by Chaos Group as Part of Its Technology Solutions
Microsol Resources Corporation, a recognized leader in BIM technology solutions, as well as a leading Autodesk Gold Partner serving the architectural, engineering and construction industries, is pleased to announce that it is now a reseller of V-Ray by Chaos Group.
V-Ray allows users to quickly and easily create realistic images while giving them full control over the 3D production process. It offers uncompromised image quality, realistic touches, and fine details resulting from precision lighting and proper shading. “We are always looking for ways to help our customers improve their workflow through integrated technology solutions,” says Emilio Krausz, President, Microsol Resources. “V-Ray offers speed, precision, powerful features, and the ease of use so critical for 3D artists and visualization specialists. We are delighted that we are now able to offer it to our clients.”
The V-Ray rendering engine has become the preferred solution for creating visualizations of photorealistic design concepts. Renowned studios around the world, such as Blur Studio, Neoscape, IKEA, Pure, Citroen, Siemens AG, and Spine 3D, embrace the power of V-Ray in their production pipeline. V-Ray’s strengths for building professionals include improved efficiency and speed optimization, physically accurate global illumination and area lights, interactive rendering, specialized effects, and intuitive features.
“We are delighted to partner with Microsol Resources to represent V-Ray in the United States. Their attention to customer service and providing best solutions to complement BIM and rendering technologies, along with a detailed understanding of the marketplace, will help introduce our products to the creative people who can most benefit from them,” says Deyan Evlogiev, the Territory Channel Manager of Chaos Group.
V-Ray is available for 3DS Max, Maya, Rhino, Softimage, and SketchUp. Demos and a free 30-day non-commercial trial of V-Ray are available by calling Microsol Resources