As BIM Director for BSA LifeStructures, it was time for Eric Bogenschutz to upgrade the company’s vast network of Dell computer workstations, but Dell’s best new systems could only hit the same old 3.7 GHz. The solution was BOXX, but he first had to convince management and IT.
With their flagship rendering software, V-Ray®, Chaos Group has set the standard for speed, quality, reliability and ease of use with their innovative rendering solutions. Find out how GoBOXX helps them deliver "breakthrough solutions."
Piranha, known for creating innovative visuals for motion pictures, broadcast campaigns, network television, internet, and architecture visualization, relied on renderBOXX for their brilliant film, “The New World Trade Center.”
Darlene Ollerenshaw, New Jersey native and founder of CGI product visualization and 3D animation studio Pep Creative, relies on BOXX while breaking into an exclusive boy's club and revving up awesome automotive visuals for Mercedes-Benz.
With two multi-million dollar projects on the board, nationally acclaimed Tryba Architects needed to supply their clients with multiple design iterations in order to solve construction issues in the design phase. The solution was renderBOXX, which would increase their rendering performance by an astonishing 90%.
Over forty years after the premiere of Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey,” VFX designer/director Oliver Zeller and his partners at the NAU design collective pay homage to the legendary motion picture with a visually stunning short entitled “Immersive Cocoon.” Learn how a BOXX solution with 3ds Max helped make it all possible.
SolidWorks expert and self-professed motorcycle and car enthusiast Matt Perez decided to create an advanced surfacing tutorial of a 2010 Chevy Camaro and make it available for free online.
While creating VFX for a BBC television series, veteran CG artist Chris Taylor was part of a team assigned to produce 1800 VFX shots in only 6 months. The solution was BOXX. Now, as he completes his own feature film LVJ, he needs this sci fi indie to look like a Hollywood blockbuster. The answer again was BOXX.