VR Installations Include Legend3D’s Project for “Crimson Peak”; V-Ray Days’ Return Features Method Studios, Atomic Fiction, and Ruairi Robinson
Los Angeles, Calif. – July 23, 2015 – At SIGGRAPH 2015, Chaos Group will explore new applications for V-Ray’s advanced VR tools. Booth #807’s VR Bar will feature installations from Steelblue, Nurulize, and Legend3D, giving attendees a chance to immerse themselves in architectural and film projects crafted for the Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard.
The popular “V-Ray Days” series returns August 11th and 12th with special presentations from Method Studios (" Guardians of the Galaxy"), Legend3D ( Crimson Peak VR) and independent filmmakers Ruairi Robinson (" The Leviathan") and Kevin Margo (" CONSTRUCT").
Both “V-Ray Days” will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center (Room #510) starting at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday (8/11) and 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday (8/12). Additional presentations from Atomic Fiction’s work on “ The Walk” and “The Ningyo"'s Miguel Ortega are also expected. This event will be open to all SIGGRAPH attendees (see full program).
In the Chaos Group booth, guest speakers from Google Cloud Platform and Autodesk will present their V-Ray workflows. First looks at upcoming products like V-Ray for NUKE, V-Ray for MODO, as well as recent additions to V-Ray for 3ds Max and Maya will also be on hand, and shown each morning starting at 9:30 a.m. Chaos Group will also be guest speaking at NVIDIA's booth (#500) to showcase advances in GPU rendering.
To see the full booth schedule, including times for The V-Ray Theater, please visit the Chaos Group’s
To schedule a meeting with Chaos Group or to view a demonstration during SIGGRAPH 2015, please contact: David Tracy, Email Contact.
About Chaos Group
Chaos Group creates physically-based rendering and simulation software for artists and designers. Founded in 1997, Chaos Group has devoted the last 18 years to helping artists advance the speed and quality of one of their most important tools. Today, Chaos Group’s photorealistic rendering software, V-Ray®, has become the rendering engine of choice for many high-profile companies and innovators in the design and visual effects industries.