Adaptive Tracing is a technique that solves difficult lighting scenarios, such as caustics from point lights, sun pool caustics and diffuse interreflections.
This results in images with a higher dynamic range and lighting effects that were previously impossible.
Relight allows you to create infinite images from a single render. When Relight is enabled, every light in the scene can then be modified (intensity, color and status) and create different lighting setups in post production.
Every Relight setup can be saved in the Relight Editor panel as a Snap and then loaded back to the Darkroom for further editing or exported to an image file.
Thea for Rhino can run interactively in both Rhino’s Viewport and the Thea Darkroom. Select the desired Viewport and simply let Thea Render give you an immediate visualization of your scene.
With the addition of NVIDIA’s and Intel’s artificial intelligence denoisers, it is also possible to make use of denoising while in Interactive Rendering mode.
ADVANCED MATERIAL EDITOR
The advanced Thea material editor has been fully integrated into Rhino, bringing all the advanced and unique features of Thea materials.
On top of that, it is also possible to load materials in the editor using the Content Browser and make use of the Interactive Preview functionality to interactively preview materials before making the final decision.
Browse Thea Materials and Models from a unified window. With the Online Repository integrated in the Materials tab, you get access to thousands of materials, ready to download.
The Models tab contains all the stored Thea Models with the option to import them as Proxies in Rhino without overloading Rhino’s Viewport.
Thea for Rhino supports both NVIDIA and Intel artificial intelligence Denoisers, offering GPU and CPU accelerated denoising for both interactive and production renderings.
They dramatically reduce the render time, creating high-quality and noise-free images.