Adobe, Chaos Bring Photorealistic Rendering to Graphic Designers
January 10, 2017

Adobe, Chaos Bring Photorealistic Rendering to Graphic Designers

LOS ANGELES – Chaos Group has announced a strategic partnership with Adobe, bringing V-Ray’s rendering technology to the Creative Cloud. Now at the push of a button, graphic designers can easily create photorealistic 3D rendered composites with Project Felix. 

Project Felix is a public beta desktop app that helps users composite 3D assets like models, materials and lights with background images, resulting in an editable render they can continue to design in Photoshop CC. For example, users can turn a basic 3D model of a generic bottle into a realistic product shot that is fully lit and placed in a scene to create an ad, concept mock-up or even abstract art.

V-Ray acts as a virtual camera, letting users test angles, perspectives and placement of their model in the scene before generating a final high-res render. Using the preview window, Felix users get immediate visual feedback on how each edit affects the final rendered image. Now, designers can ideate more naturally as their designs come to life.

Project Felix is available now as a public beta.