OTOY Inc., today announced expanded support for OctaneRender™, with new plugins for the Foundry’s NUKE, Side Effects Software’s Houdini™, Autodesk’s MotionBuilder®, and Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4.
OTOY Inc., today marked a major milestone in the future of media and entertainment, unveiling the world’s first portable 360 holographic capture system and a cloud-based pipeline for creating and deploying holographic media to virtual reality and, in 2015, holographic light field displays.
OTOY Inc. today announced the availability of OctaneRender™ 2, the latest version of the company’s real-time rendering software with more than a dozen new features designed to empower artists, designers, and engineers to create the most realistic renders possible in less time than ever before.
At the annual NAB Show, OTOY Inc. announced new advances in development for its popular OctaneRender™ software that will enable sophisticated editing of computer-generated scenes.
OTOY Inc. announced that it’s bringing its acclaimed OctaneRender™ technology to Adobe After Effects, developing a plug-in that will give video producers new features that improve the quality of their work while simplifying their workflow.
During a presentation at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference, OTOY Inc., today previewed the forthcoming version of its acclaimed OctaneRender™ software, showcasing a range of features that will let artists, animators and designers create the most realistic renders possible using a more efficient workflow on their workstations or in the cloud.
At the 2014 Game Developer Conference, cloud graphics pioneer, OTOY Inc., today released the newest update to its acclaimed OctaneRender™ software, introducing new features and flexibility for artists and animators, and a powerful new interchange file format called .ORBX.
OTOY Inc. today announced that its renowned 3D rendering software, OctaneRender™, along with OctaneRender™ plugins for Blender™ and Autodesk’s 3ds MAX® and shortly, Maya®, are now free for students.

Test Drive Lamborghini

Topics: OctaneRender

Jan. 8, 2014 (9 years)

This is an exceptional animation that deserves to be in the spotlight. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Lamborghini, one of our users (Niuq Cam) produced and directed this stunning animation, which is entirely rendered with Octane (the sound is amazing as well).
This is our final preview of OctaneRender 1.5. The following videos (rendered on 4x GTX 680) show that the standalone version of Octane is now able to import Alembic animations with animated deformable geometry and render them in real-time using a Lua script: