Not everything in 2020 has to be a bad experience. I3D has some Corona-inspired news to share with you. You might instantly think of the Coronavirus. Seriously, that seems to be what comes to every mind now when the word “Corona” is said? But, instead of being concerned, Industrial3D is excited to announce our positive test & experience of the Corona Renderer Engine – not the Coronavirus! To offer our clients the highest possible quality of work, I3D is excited to announce a massive change in the final product output animations with the use of the Corona Renderer Engine.
The Corona Renderer is an advanced high performance renderer for 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, and as a standalone renderer. Curious about some of the benefits of the Corona Rendering Engine? Take a look below.
“Corona Renderer delivers predictable, reliable, and physically plausible results with no compromises in quality. Realistic lighting and materials are yours right out of the box.
Speed is an important factor in any production environment, and a renderer must always deliver results as fast as possible.
Our mission with Corona Renderer is to liberate users from technical and unnatural processes. We are constantly trying to simplify the creative process by removing or hiding any unnecessary technical settings so that artists can focus on their vision.
Corona Renderer is extremely flexible. While we aim for realism, we also understand how important it is to “bend” physical laws to deliver the results your clients expect. To keep your artistry free, Corona supports numerous reality hacks that allow you to get exactly the effect you desire!” (Source: https://Corona-Renderer.com/)
Industrial3D is thrilled to share some 3D rendering samples of our work with the Corona Renderer Engine.
BP Gulf Oil Spill
Industrial3D Founder and CEO Beau Brown has been featured several times on CNN and other major media news outlets for oil & gas news. The main appearance was to explain aspects of the Deepwater Horizon BP oil spill using his 3D models and animations. The interviews have been viewed thousands of times on social media sites such as YouTube. You can read more in our case study about it here.