10 Years of V-Ray: Congratulations Chaos Group!
Congratulations to Chaos Group on the tenth anniversary of V-Ray!
In 2012 Chaos Group celebrates 10 years since the first release of V-Ray. Inspired by artists’ imaginative creations and the need for faster and photorealistic rendering, in 2002 Vlado Koylazov and Peter Mitev launched V-Ray for 3ds Max. Ten years later the Chaos Group portfolio comprises a comprehensive set of rendering solutions for the visualization industry, including V-Ray for SketchUp, V-Ray for Rhino, V-Ray for 3ds Max and lots of other applications.
V-Ray's TimelineHere's a brief description of 10 years of V-Ray:
- 2002: First release of V-Ray for 3ds Max
- 2006: Launch of V-Ray 1.5 for 3ds Max
- 2009: Release of V-Ray for Maya and V-Ray RT
- 2011: Acquisition of ASGVIS and consolidating the development of V-Ray for SketchUp and V-Ray for Rhino.
- 2012: Launch of V-Ray 1.5 for Rhino and the tenth birthday of V-Ray
Anniversary WebsiteTo celebrate this important milestone, Chaos Group has created special anniversary website where V-Ray fans across the globe can experience V-Ray in various ways. All V-Ray enthusiasts are encouraged to take part in the Anniversary Challenge where, in partnership with CGSociety, Chaos Group invites artists to create a personal, historical or fictional Decisive Moment. Entrants are competing for a great prize package, which they’ve put together with BOXX, NVIDIA, MAXON, 3DCONNEXION, CGWORKSHOPS and BALLISTIC.
Visit the Chaos Group Anniversary website and celebrate the tenth birthday of V-Ray with all V-Ray fans across the globe!
© Images by Tolgahan Güngör, PK3DStudio and Alex Roman. Images are all rendered in V-Ray for 3ds Max.