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After some delay, this repository of scanned objects and material has launched.
This post lists a series of useful sources of information you may use to get you started with E-On Software's Vue program.
A compilation of render times for one of Vue's default scenes: Seychelles
Testing new tools to make seamless textures and displacements. Bitmap 2 Material does the job !
Still a work in progress. Now very few things to adjust.
The Crysis level editor is demoed at a trade show. Impressive visualization capacities!
This is a question I frequently read on Vue forums, from users about to purchase a new PC. Vue has always been resource hungry and Vue 8 is more so than ever.
Flying above a chinese landscape: background made in Vue 6
As I now have three PCs at home, I made tests to compare their render speeds in both Vue and Bryce.
The theory of lighting applied to digital, along with some excellent examples, by Jeremy Birn.
E-On Software has sent a flurry of news about Vue 7. Here is the detail of its new offerings.
I recently found a series of very nice Scottish castle models in Sketchup format. I immediately wondered how to import them into Vue.