The German company’s 1.3.2 update for Enscape is compatible with Autodesk Revit, with the main feature of the new upgrade is realistic glass rendering. As can be seen from the above image, the results are quite astounding!
For more information on the plugin’s latest version, read the press release below.
Karlsruhe, Germany: The startup company Inreal released the newest version of their Revit plugin
The Plugin enables users to create real-time renderings of their Revit projects. No import or
export is necessary, only the click of a single button – everything else happens automatically on the
user’s machine. As soon as the simulation has started, every change in Revit is a change in Enscape’s
virtual environment: An instant connection ensures that the viewer sees the current project status
including the current design option, phase and world location.
The live update combined with a new real-time global illumination technology, gives architects a new
tool. Instead of showing floor plans or sketchy line renderings, they can now take their colleagues and
clients inside the building. The presentation is faster, requires less preparation effort and leaves an
For early planning stages, Enscape offers the PaperMode™: The project can be rendered as a realistic
paper model with outlines to avoid distraction through materials and details.
Enscape 1.3.2 offers:
• Support for glass parameters like reflectance and roughness
• Additional parameters like “Skybox Rotation” and “Chromatic Aberrations”
• Better compatibility for both AMD and NVIDIA cards
• Improved anti-aliasing
Price point and availability: Enscape is available as a monthly and yearly license. Floating licenses
ensure the flexible use on different machines. Take a look at the Inreal Store for pricing details. The software requires an OpenGL 4.2 compatible graphics card.