Photorealistic Rendering & Visualization in TurboCAD Windows


TurboLux uses OpenCL and/or CUDA to run on any number of CPUs or Nvidia-based GPUs that are available on your machine. This highly optimized rendering layer provides performance that scales nearly linearly with the number of available computing devices. Using this high performance device layer, TurboLux extracts the most out of your computer’s available hardware, which results in faster, high quality rendered images. .
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As a progressive based rendering engine, TurboLux samples pixels towards a final rendered solution. Sometimes this sampling process can produce fireflies or unlit pixels. Using a Denoiser is one way to remove these artifacts to accelerate progress towards a final, better quality rendered solution in a dramatically reduced period of time. .
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It is an optical phenomenon where light shines through typically glass or water materials only to reflect and refract into additional light rays of different wavelengths and colors. TurboLux supports advanced caustics by providing bidirectional path tracing to trace light not only from the camera but also from the lights in your scene to render the complex lighting scenes. This is particularly beneficial in Interior Design .
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