Real Physics Renderer

January 29th, 2005 | Filed under: Products | 1 Comment »

Maxwell Render is a render engine still in its testing phases, but shows great promise in rendering realistic scenes. Maxwell claims to use physically accurate materials and lighting, so there’s little or no tweaking involved. Although it’s still an alpha release, the engine is capable of some unique processes, such as unbiased rendering (specifying an allotted time frame in which the rendering is to be completed) and spectral rendering. With a full version set to release in June 2005, you should definitely keep an eye out for this one. (The image above is a computer rendering)

One Comment on “Real Physics Renderer”

  1. 1 cw said at 7:26 pm on January 30th, 2005:

    Here’s an interview with Victor Gonzalez and Ignacio Vargas of NEXT LIMIT Technologies, the creators of Maxwell.

    link to cgarchitect interview

Leave a Reply