Summary: Rhino has advanced real-time rendering in both Rhino 6 and 7. Here is what you need to know to use it.
Rhino includes advanced real-time rendering modes. Use these modes to create quick, high quality renderings for design presentation. For a basic understanding of real-time rendering in Rhino watch this video (3 minutes):
Many settings can be changed to improve the rendering. Take a tour through some of the settings beyond the defaults.
Details on material libraries, making new materials and mapping materials.
| A video on finding the basic material libraries that come with Rhino and how to use them. Vanessa Steeg also looks at the basics of editing materials.
If you do not like the reflections or would like to see the model in a different scene, change the environment.
Rhino's new ground plane features can create a good base to build your rendering from.
Decals are textures and images placed on the model in a specific location. Kyle covers both basic and intermediate ways of using decals on the model.
| Get started using decals to place images and textures in very specific places on the model. A great way to paint certain parts of a model.
Beyond Rhino render display mode is the new raytrace display mode. This is a new interactive raytrace mode in the viewport.
| Kyle covers the new raytrace display mode and how to get the most out of this new raytrace render mode.
| Focal blur can be used to add depth and realism to the raytrace view renderings. Learn how best to use this new feature.
| Raytrace display mode in Rhino may require a change in the glass material. Here is a quick way to change the glass to look great.