Enscape is now fully integrated into Rhino (except for sound simulation). If you’re already using Enscape, no additional license is required. You can now use Enscape for Rhino as well. Rhino’s built in area lights are supported. Enscape supports Rhino’s default material parameters out of the box. However, the Rhino plugin also supports the same material name keywords as our existing SketchUp plugin. All plugins use the same installer. You can also install Enscape on your machine without an administrator account.
The multi point camera tool: add keyframes, change settings such as depth of field, field of view or the daytime for each keyframe.
Change the daytime, activate the white mode and outlines – all while you are in VR. Now Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality are fully supported.
The material editor allows you to specify PBR material parameters like albedo, normal maps and roughness.
For post-processing your images that were created with Enscape you can now export a depth and a material ID image.
The white background option changes the background without changing the skybox scene lighting and reflections.
With one click you can export all of your favourite views to compare different stages of the project.
With the last release we introduced new sound options for video export – now you can include sound in exported Videos.
The image and lighting quality has been improved, together with many new parameters like Vignetting or variable Chromatic Aberrations.
These headsets offer inside-out tracking which means you’re not restricted to a tracking area.
We added a slider to control all light sources at once to allow a faster calibration of your scene brightness.
Enscape’s bottleneck is usually the graphics card (GPU). If your CPU and RAM is sufficient to load your projects in Revit without problems, it will be enough for Enscape. However, the CPU can speed up the loading time. The requirements are the identical for running Enscape with your construction application as a plugin, or running the exported standalone executable.
You need an NVIDIA or AMD graphics chip (OpenGL 4.2 compatible) with a minimum of 2GB memory:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460/Quadro 2000 and newer
AMD Radeon HD 6800 series/FirePro W5000 and newer
We currently do not support the following hardware:
Radeon 6000 mobile GPUs
Intel onboard GPUs
Please check that you have the newest driver version installed, which ensures compatibility and performance.
Windows 7 64 Bit SP1 or higher is required to run Enscape.
Revit 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018
Revit LT is not supported
SketchUp Make & Pro 2016 and 2017
There are conflicts with two other Revit plugins: Colorizer and Techviz. To avoid incompatibilities, please uninstall them before using Enscape.
Virtual machine / VDI
If you have trouble with the mouse input on your VDI system, please try to activate the “Enable Relative Mouse” option (Options → Enable Relative Mouse) in your VMware Horizon Client . See this article for a little bit more details. Unfortunately this option is not available in the WebClient.