Keyshot is the rendering engine of the future - capable of producing real-time results as you work and creating massive waves in the 3D visualization industry.
Real-time rendering is becoming increasingly popular in the architecture and design industries. And with products like Keyshot at their disposal, creating photo-realistic scenes at lightning speeds has never been more accessible. Keyshot dubs itself the fastest real-time rendering engine on the market, giving artists and designers a powerful tool to build animations and images that are blowing the competition away.
Keyshot’s biggest draw is the ability to see rendered images and animations in real-time. There are no long waits for results, only instantaneous projections of your scenes as if produced by some kind of digital wizardry using technology ripped from a distorted ripple in space-time. Any change, whether to lighting, camera position, or materiality, can be seen as you work, which seriously cuts down on the long walks you take to the water cooler as your computer dedicates itself to ray tracing and rasterizing.
In addition to instantaneous rendering results, Keyshot features a robust set of features typically reserved for the more well-known pieces of software on the market. Whether you’re utilizing true-to-life natural lighting, crafting a custom material library, or scripting your own Python code, Keyshot covers your bases.
Keyshot is also incredibly accessible. Not only is the interface modern, streamlined, and easy to use, the limited power of your computer won’t necessarily hinder you from using the product to great effect. The software uses 100% of available CPU power, so there’s no need to have an expensive dedicated graphics card that most other rendering software requires to run properly. This goes for both Mac and PC users. So if you’re still hauling around that brick of an IBM Thinkpad you showed off to everyone back in college, you might still be able to unleash the power of Keyshot.
Keyshot has a lot pointing it in the upward direction as far as rendering software. Companies such as DeWalt, Chrysler, and Phillips are all using Keyshot for their product advertisement work. Big businesses are taking notice - and whether you’re an industrial designer, architect, or visual artist - you should be, too. Keyshot has all the features of most other dedicated rendering programs, with real-time rendering capabilities that set it above the rest. Couple this with the widest 3D file format support in the world, and you have on your hands a program that’s soon to be a household name in the 3D rendering and visualization industry.