You don't have to be an expert to create photo realistic images of your CAD model. Simply open your CAD model in KeyShot, drag and drop materials, adjust the lighting, and move the camera. Done. Everything happens in realtime
See it before it's real!
Designers and engineers who need to see what a product will look like before it actually exists must create images that are precise, in digital format, 3D, and photorealistic. KeyShot software renders the topology created in SpaceClaim to deliver a final product that is the object itself, not just a picture of it.
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Take a look at the features:
- 1: Easy
You don't have to be a rendering expert to create photorealistic images of your 3D model. Simply import your data into KeyShot, assign materials by dragging and dropping them onto the model, adjust the lighting, and move the camera - Done!
- 2: Fast
Everything inside KeyShot happens in realtime. KeyShot uses unique rendering technology which makes it possible to see all changes to materials, lighting, and cameras instantly.
- 3: Accurate
KeyShot is the most accurate rendering solution for your 3D data. KeyShot is built on Luxion's internally developed, physically correct render engine based on research in the areas of scientifically accurate material representation and global illumination.
- 4: CPU-Powered
KeyShot is 100% CPU-Powered. You won't need any special hardware or graphics card. KeyShot takes full advantage of all cores and threads inside a computer. As your computer gets more powerful, KeyShot becomes faster. The performance scales linearly with the number of cores and threads in your system.
- 5: Tight Integration
KeyShot is tightly integrated with your 3D data. When you import 3D geometry, KeyShot maintains the entire model structure including part and assembly names. Changes made to your model in 3D can import back into KeyShot without having to reassign materials or lighting.
- 6: Large Data Handling
Since KeyShot is CPU-based, any imported data is stored in RAM – not the video card. This allows KeyShot to handle extremely large data sets. There are no restrictions on the size of the data set as long as the computer has enough memory available.