Written Friday 8 Jun
We have recently released a new version of Indigo for Revit, in which we added, among other things, support for textures in the material conversion.
This simplifies the workflow a lot and it is now much easier to make decent visualisations with no manual changes on the materials at all.
This Revit scene was rendered with Indigo, directly out of Revit with no manual modifications to any of the materials:
We currently support Revit 2011 and 2012 and are working on support for Revit 2013.
Written Friday 18 May
There are just two days remaining in our 33% off sale, which we are running to celebrate the release of Indigo 3.2.
Until the end of May 20, Indigo Renderer will be available for €399 (normally €595), Indigo RT for €99 (normally €145) and Indigo 2.x to Indigo 3.x upgrades for €149 (normally €195).
Get in now if you don't want to miss out!
Written Friday 18 May
Indigo user Gabich has created some wonderful renders of the Cryptocephalus beetle, using Indigo.
You can read the forum thread here: http://www.indigorenderer.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=11586
Written Wednesday 25 Apr
Glare Technologies is proud to announce the release of Indigo Renderer 3.2, the world's most photorealistic rendering system.
To celebrate the release of Indigo 3.2, we're running a 33% off sale until the 20th of May!
Indigo 3.2 introduces new features such as the groundbreaking new sun & sky system, direct integration into Cinema 4D, and major performance improvements.
All these features, together with new documentation and tutorials, make this the most powerful and easiest-to-use Indigo yet.
For the duration of the sale, Indigo Renderer will be available for €399 (normally €595), Indigo RT for €99 (normally €145) and Indigo 2.x to Indigo 3.x upgrades for €149 (normally €195).
Visit the 3.2 announcement page to find out more.
Written Wednesday 18 Apr
Indigo users dcm and Zom-B posted these "simple" interior renderings in the Simple Renderings Thread (which is notoriously full of not-so-simple renderings).
There is also a new spin-off thread, specifically for simple interiors: Simple Interiors Thread
(Click on the images for full resolution renders)
Written Friday 30 Mar
Indigo user Headroom has been using Indigo to create wonderful renders of woodworked furniture.
The first render is a chair design by David Haig. Read the forum thread here.
The second design is by Headroom himself:
(Read the forum thread here)
Written Monday 26 Mar
Recently we've been revamping our documentation and tutorials for the release of Indigo 3.2 Stable, which will be released in the coming weeks. As part of this effort we've produced 3 videos illustrating the basics of material editing in Indigo, which you can find on YouTube:
These short videos are hopefully informative and to-the-point, and we expect to release more videos covering the installation of various exporters soon.
Written Monday 27 Feb
Sarah Dorweiler at Sarah Dorweiler Visualisierungen (Visualisations) has been creating some truly amazing architectural and interior visualisations with Indigo Renderer.
Sarah has achieved a remarkable combination of complete photorealism and style in her images, as is evident from her gallery.
Click on the images below for full resolution images.
Written Thursday 9 Feb
Well-known for his highly enjoyable abstract works, Indigo forum user Enslaver has knocked another one out of the park with his Daz3D modelled + ivy covered composition "Decay." Currently there's a whole page of compliments in the Simple Renders thread just for this one image!
Produced with the new IndigoMax exporter for 3ds Max, with 60 million polygons worth of ivy, it's a great showcase for what can be done with Indigo's camera controls.
Click the thumbnail below for the full 1920x1080 image: