The KeyShot Designer Night After Party at CES2017 was the fourth CES shindig we've had and bigger than ever. Over 300 designers from companies around the world escaped the show floor and Las Vegas strip for a few hours of food and drinks at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's Goose Island Pub. That's rig[...]
In KeyShot, there are two ways to light your scene. HDRIs are the default method, but physical lights can be used as well. A combination of both HDRI and physical lighting works well too. To add a physical light, simply drag and drop a light material from the KeyShot Library to a piece of geometry i[...]
In this KeyShot Quick Tip, we look at IES Profiles to achieve more dynamic and realistic light in your renderings.
When we observe materials in real life, transparent materials like glass can vary in color depending on the thickness of that material. Window glass, for example, will show very little color in areas where the material is thin. However, when looking at the edge of the glass, much more color is visib[...]
In this KeyShot Quick Tip, we look at the Depth of Field Camera Lens Effect to make your rendering more dynamic and help lead the viewer to a focal point.
Today, we're excited to get KeyShot 6.3 into your hands. Though a small release (and the last for KeyShot 6), it's an important one, with new import libraries to make sure your 3D data comes in without issue. Along with this, we've made small improvements and updates with the feedback from KeyShot u[...]
This week only, receive 20% off all KeyShot Upgrades and Add-ons, plus lock in a FREE upgrade to KeyShot 7 when it's released. The advanced tools in KeyShot 6 are just what you need to take your product visuals and rendering speed to the next level.
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When you set out to create a realistic rendering, referencing real life objects, environments and lighting is a great way to ensure your results are accurate. One naturally occurring phenomenon to be aware of is caustics: concentrated light rays from highly reflective or refractive materials. For ex[...]
This Friday begins our exclusive one-day only event to bring KeyShot to you at a special price. Discounts start on Friday, Nov. 25th at 12:00 AM PST. This one day only sale will kick things off with special pricing on all KeyShot licenses followed by our Cyber Monday One Week Sale with special disco[...]
Material Templates are a powerful feature in KeyShot that automate the materials applied to your model in a KeyShot scene. Anyone working with large assemblies can save time using Material Templates to automatically apply materials to parts in a scene. Once a material template has been created, it c[...]