Summary: Render engine database
Rendering is the process of creating photorealistic two dimensional images from three dimensional models. This is a very broad definition, but the field is such an extensive one that it is hard to narrow it down. Some rendering software only implements a very simple rendering. Others introduce features such as animation and physics-based simulation.
There is a lot of information available on all of the render software, usually through sites maintained by the companies that develop them, but also through user-controlled domains.
Rhino 6 comes with Realtime rendering. See the Realtime Rendering Tutorial for more information.
Rendering software resources.
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