Together with Vectorworks 2020 Service Pack 3, Enscape provides integrated real-time rendering and virtual reality, allowing users to quickly visualize and walkthrough their designs at any stage during the design process.
Since Enscape plugs directly into Vectorworks, architects and designers can simultaneously design and visualize their projects with impressive speed and simplicity. As you add or amend geometry, textures, or lighting in Vectorworks, you can see them instantly appear in the Enscape viewport, thanks to the real-time link.
And now, with the release of Enscape 2.8, the entire Enscape Asset Library is available in Vectorworks. Comprising of over 1,900 high-quality realistic assets such as people, vehicles, vegetation, and furniture, it's now easy to add another layer of realism to your scenes.
Another handy feature is the ability to export your renders, videos, panoramas, and standalone files, which allows you to easily share your projects with your colleagues, clients, and stakeholders. Additionally, models can be reviewed in virtual reality, as Enscape enables users to connect Vectorworks directly to a VR headset such as the Oculus Rift S or HTC Vive.
To learn more about how Enscape works with Vectorworks, view this short tutorial by Jonathan Reeves:
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