Feeling of how to use it is important nevertheless. Very coolBehrendt wrote:But the architecture simply does the job here.
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... The manual goes into Turbidity but does not touch on the settings of Azimuth or Zenith other than to say the suns direction can be changed. As Indigo uses physically correct atmospheric simulation, I would assume something like this would apply: http://www.solarserver.de/uploads/pics/sonnenstan...
- Wed May 13, 2015 5:09 am
- Forum: Indigo Help
- Topic: Invisible to camera - multiple select
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I would use a workaround - editing the .xml scene file (at least until multiple selections are available). Do the lights have some kind on consistence in naming?
- Wed Apr 22, 2015 12:22 am
- Forum: Indigo General Stuff
- Topic: Problem detecting cuda Graphic card
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I have a problem with GPU render on my pc with GTX 750 2Gb updated when indigo starts to render list of CUDA graphic card shows "device number:0" in open CL: 1 what can i do to render in CUDA mode? i have also a mac pro with a GTX 650 ti, same problem in CUDA mode devide number:0 What OS are you ru...
- Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:51 pm
- Forum: Works in Progress
- Topic: Simple Renderings Thread
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Hey, neo0. you could make a use of sharp edges and auto smoothing based on the edge angle. But those tools' names depend on what you are using for modeling. P.S. That filenameneo0. wrote:Latest project