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27 Aug 2013

Rebus Renderfarm now supports Indigo

RebusFarm and Glare Technologies are proud to announce that the powerful Rebus renderfarm now supports Indigo Renderer! With the latest Intel Xeon processors and 24GB of RAM per node, even the most challenging render jobs can be easily completed to meet that pressing deadline. For more information,

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9 Jul 2013

Weekend House by Heiko Schmidt

Heiko outdid himself with this beautifully crafted weekend house, modeled after this real world weekend house in Bus in the Czech Republic. It's so amazingly detailed and well-lit, it makes you wonder if there is any limit to what a great artist can do given the right tools. (Click for the full-si

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8 Apr 2013

Indigo for Cinema 4D review

A fantastic review of Indigo for Cinema C4D has been published on the Czech CG website Grafika.cz! (at http://www.grafika.cz/) The author, Pavel Zoch, has kindly translated his conclusions into English: "So, we are at the end, I think. We know almost everything we need to know to start playing with

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27 Feb 2013

Next Indigo beta to support .HDR format

We have just added support for the RGBE file format, better known simply as HDR files (from the .HDR extension). While Indigo has always supported HDRI data, it could only load the OpenEXR format, with the RGBE format remaining a notable omission for a long time. By popular demand we have finally ad

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25 Jan 2013

Wooden camera

Indigo user Axel Ritter recently posted this this beautiful wooden camera rendering, a perfect example of product visualisation: Click on the image above for the full resolution image.

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5 Nov 2012

Indigo 3.4 Stable released

Glare Technologies is pleased to announce the release of Indigo 3.4 Stable! We'll be running a 25% to 33% off sale until the 23rd of November, during which Indigo Renderer will be priced at only €445 (normally €595), and Indigo RT only €99 (normally €145). Upgrades from Indigo RT to the fu

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5 Sep 2012

Only 2 days left before the August competition ends

Our August materials & lighting competiton is nearly over but it's not too late to submit an entry to get the chance to win some of our prizes worth over €2000 in total. Finals have to be submitted before the end of the 6th of September. Prizes 1st place 1 Arroway textures Complete bundle 2 Ev

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8 Jun 2012

New Indigo for Revit version with texture support

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 s

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18 Apr 2012

Simple interior renderings by dcm and Zom-B

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 rende

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27 Oct 2011

A bit more on UI improvements

As you may already know, we improved the material and medium editing user interface for the upcoming Indigo 3.2 release. Another important change to this is the way materials and media are linked to each other. In Indigo 3.0, the link ui was just a simple dropdown, which worked, but was far from ide

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