Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

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Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby p2sta » Wed Jan 08, 2014 12:35 pm

Hey guys!


found this on my fb feed and though i would share it, pretty awesome stuff if you ask me!
I didn't have time to test it properly...just played with few basic scenes they have but i'm sure you will get into it real fast! Just register and you can begin, all is free!

http://home.lagoa.com


here is a little review about it on 3d total which can help you with the beginnings.
http://www.3dtotal.com/index_interviews ... php?id=161

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Re: Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby GregDearman » Wed Jan 08, 2014 3:44 pm

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so i thought i d have a go at using it, i figured how to add textures but changing the quality and moving parts of an object is beyond me!

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Re: Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby yzmxer608 » Wed Jan 08, 2014 5:01 pm

Seems pretty cool, I was able to setup a very simple scene pretty easily. It's actually setup a lot like Blender.
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Re: Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby InvertedVantage » Thu Jan 09, 2014 9:08 pm

GregDearman;

The longer you leave the render window open, the better the quality will become. :) To move objects, select it (shortcut - space), and click the move button (shortcut W). You can also rotate and scale (E and R, respectively). :)

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Re: Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby GregDearman » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:12 am

InvertedVantage wrote:GregDearman;

The longer you leave the render window open, the better the quality will become. :) To move objects, select it (shortcut - space), and click the move button (shortcut W). You can also rotate and scale (E and R, respectively). :)


okay thanks for that! I'll have a go!

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Re: Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby GregDearman » Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:00 pm

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I had another go with it but added lighting and a curved floor!

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Re: Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby InvertedVantage » Mon Jan 20, 2014 2:45 pm

Wow man, that's looking great!

As Lagoa's community manager, I'm duty-bound to suggest that you post that to your project profile - we do like to feature projects done by artists on our social media channels. :)

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Re: Lagoa - web browser photorealistic render engine

Postby GregDearman » Mon Jan 20, 2014 2:55 pm

InvertedVantage wrote:Wow man, that's looking great!

As Lagoa's community manager, I'm duty-bound to suggest that you post that to your project profile - we do like to feature projects done by artists on our social media channels. :)


thanks man, i didn't make the initial model though, i'm gonna work on my own model later on today! need to work on getting the background in as i think that's the next stage for me!


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