Architectural-focused 3D visualisation software features a new light sampling method and smarter anti-aliasing
Artlantis 7, the latest version of the architectural-focused 3D visualization software, offers a number of new features designed to maximise calculation speed and rendering accuracy. In addition, this latest version introduces Twinlinker, an application that allows users to create and share virtual visits of their Artlantis and Twinmotion projects online.
Artificial lights have been enhanced with a new light sampling method, which the developers says is more precise, improves the energy diffusion of the light sources in the 3D scene and reinforces the reflection of the satin materials with a brighter gloss.
Meanwhile, a ‘smarter’ anti-aliasing method makes it possible to detect the areas to be rendered, optimising calculation and reducing rendering times as a result, with ‘no change in the quality of the image’.
Finally, Twinlinker allows users to create and share virtual visits of their Artlantis and Twinmotion projects online instantly and easily. Simply export the images, panoramas and videos created in Artlantis 7 to Twinlinker, then link them to create virtual visits. These can be shared widely by email (a simple link) or made available for viewing on a website.
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