In 2022 Chaos merged with Enscape and acquired Cylindo. The company's product portfolio includes V-Ray, a physically based renderer honored with an Academy Award and an Engineering Emmy; Enscape, a high-quality real-time rendering and virtual reality plugin; Corona, a high-performance photorealistic rendering engine; and Cylindo, a 3D furniture product visualization platform for commerce.
Fast DecalsThe new V-RayDecal capability quickly projects textures onto multiple surfaces and materials, all while working as a native Revit family. Users can not only adjust its position, size and angles, but project displacement through it, bringing more realism to cracked walls, stains, road marks and more.
can someone clear this up for me I don't understand when I scan my site with wpscan and it say a certain plugin is vulnerable I dunno say for example woocommerce - v2.3.13 how would you use this vulnerability if you don't actually have access to to it say for example -content/plugins/woocommerce/.....vulnerable to xss but if you try to go to the site plugin it forbidden so how can it be vulnerable if its forbidden???or you don't have access to it??
Filtersfrom the Artistic submenu help you achieve painterly and artisticeffects for a fine arts or commercial project. For example, usethe Cutout filter for collages or typography. These filters replicatenatural or traditional media effects. All the Artistic filters canbe applied through the Filter Gallery.
Reduces noisein an image by blending the brightness of pixels within a selection.The filter searches the radius of a pixel selection forpixels of similar brightness, discarding pixels that differ toomuch from adjacent pixels, and replaces the center pixel with themedian brightness value of the searched pixels. This filter is usefulfor eliminating or reducing the effect of motion on an image.
Paintsan image onto a high-relief plaster surface, producing a fine networkof cracks that follow the contours of the image. Use this filterto create an embossing effect with images that contain a broad rangeof color or grayscale values.
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Abstract:This paper presents a requirements engineering process for driving the design of new systems that will allow for enhancing 3D media productivity, for lowering the entry barrier in 3D media creation, and for innovative media forms across many media types. This work has been carried out with the perspective of enhancing recovery and transformation as the pandemic has driven many professionals in culture to zero income. Toward this goal, we perform a requirements engineering process based on the IEEE 830 standard for requirements specification. It allows us to elucidate system requirements through existing (AS-IS) and envisioned (TO-BE) scenarios affected by the latest trends on design methodologies and content promotion in social media. A total of 30 tools for content creation, promotion, and monetization are reviewed and 10 TO-BE scenarios were engineered and validated. The validation was performed through a survey of 24 statements on a 5 Likert scale by 47 individuals from the domains of Media, Fine arts, Architecture, and Informatics. Useful evaluation results and comments have been collected that can be useful for future systems design.Keywords: requirements engineering; authoring tools; 3D content; IEEE 830 standard; social media
I wish you lived in LA so I could give you a demo. So far we have given demos to a little more than 100 people. Almost everyone is in LA, architects, real estate agents, tv/movies, interactive media and a few others. Feedback has been very positive and we are looking for our users to shape the product. Do you have any specific features you would like to see in Spacemaker? We would love to hear them.
Spacemaker was designed to be simple and easy for a non-developer to experience architecture. I'm not in it for the money, I want to build a tool that helps everyone create better designs. I worked in the field of arch and interactive media design for over 20 years and I've been looking for a tool like this for a long time. Thats why we are building it.
It is interesting to see why they secured that $70m. Seems that they have cracked the discomfort issues finally with the latest prototype to be shown at the next CES, which is likely what the consumer version will be based upon.
Surface cracking effects can add authenticity to your scenes. They can make earthquake VFX feel more realistic. Add them to scenes with explosions and apocalyptic bunkers. We added 19 new 4K cracking visual effects to FootageCrate.
These include flat surface cracks and wall cracking effects. The flat surfaces are great for applying onto 2D and 3D surfaces as animated textures. The wall cracks include debris particulate for extra realism. These effects pair nicely with the 4K ground crack effects on FootageCrate.
All electrical systems eventually experience overcurrents. Unless removed in time, even moderate overcurrents quickly overheat system components, damaging insulation, conductors, and equipment. Large overcurrents may melt conductors and vaporize insulation. Very high currents produce magnetic forces that bend and twist bus bars. These high currents can pull cables from their terminals and crack insulators and spacers.
If the current in a conductor increases 10 times, the I2t increases 100 times. A current of only 7,500 amperes can melt a #8 AWG copper wire in 0.1 second. Within eight milliseconds (0.008 seconds or one-half cycle), a current of 6,500 amperes can raise the temperature of #12 AWG THHN thermoplastic insulated copper wire from its operating temperature of 75°C to its maximum short-circuit temperature of 150°C. Any currents larger than this may immediately vaporize organic insulations. Arcs at the point of fault or from mechanical switching such as automatic transfer switches or circuit breakers may ignite the vapors causing violent explosions and electrical flash.