Enscape rendering of static corporate people assets crossing a marked crosswalk
Dinnie Muslihat

Dinnie Muslihat

Last updated: May 31, 2024  •  1 min read

Create Dynamic Scenes with 168 New People Assets

Following the launch of Enscape 4.0, where macOS users can now enjoy the same real-time visualization experience as their Windows counterparts, we’ve added 168 new static people assets to the Enscape Asset Library. These 3D assets are part of the AXYZ library, which is known for its state-of-the-art people assets.

Enjoy more variety with a diverse collection of people assets

This assortment of assets focuses on bringing even more diversity and variation with children and elderly people assets included within the new additions. It also features people from culturally diverse backgrounds.

Highlights of this package release include people wearing traditional clothing and accessories, such as kimonos, thobes, and religious and cultural garments. There is also more variety in everyday clothing, from beachwear to sportswear, and people wearing uniforms from various jobs and industries, such as hospitality, medical, and law enforcement.

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Adding people assets into your scene not only makes your renderings more visually appealing, but you’ll also benefit from the following:

  • An improved perception of proportion with human scale integrated
  • A more lively space with a human entourage added
  • The function of your space emphasized
  • Uniqueness as the people assets are scanned from real-life people 
  • A new level of realism and more dynamic scenes


The assets are automatically added to the Enscape Asset Library, which means you don’t have to do anything to access the new assets if you’re already using Enscape 4.0. If you haven’t updated to the latest version yet, you can do so for free here:


Upgrade to 4.0

Interoperability between the Chaos ecosystem

The assets are in a new collection in Cosmos Browser called ‘Seamless Integration,’ which features all assets with a low resolution for Enscape and a higher resolution for Cosmos. This allows scenes to be exported via .vrscene and lets you enhance them further in V-Ray.

Since the launches of Enscape 4.0 and V-Ray 6.2, you can now export .vrscene files from Enscape and import them into V-Ray, 3ds Max, and Cinema 4D. This workflow connection allows an even more robust interoperability between the Chaos ecosystem.

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Dinnie Muslihat
Dinnie Muslihat

Dinnie is part of the Content team at Chaos and manages the Enscape blog. She enjoys sharing informative, insightful, and inspirational content for architects and designers to empower their visualization workflows. If you have an excellent idea for a blog post, get in touch via blog-editor@chaos.com


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