Architectural Design Brazil's render engine has the performance and flexibility to
render all forms of exteriors, interiors and landscaping.
Global Illumination and industry standard IES photometric datasets
from lighting manufacturers can be used.
Sunlighting system allows for site specific daylighting studies.
Sophisticated, realistic materials allow you to work equally well
whether doing interiors or exterior
A great rendering engine, but not the only great rendering engine.
Tightly integrated with Rhino, but not easy to master.
This image was rendered in Brazil for Rhino, and it shows advanced
features that you will not find in simpler rendering platforms such
as the Rhino renderer or Flamingo:
The five details highlighted in this image represent an advanced
feature: (1) Raytracing, (2) Advanced lighting, (3) Toon rendering,
(4) Depth of field, (5) Procedural textures.
Brazil's advanced raytrace engine simulates a wide range of effects
Dispersion (prismatic rainbow effects)
Sub-surface scattering (diffuse light transmitting materials such
as wax or skin)
Glossy reflections (blurry or brushed materials)
Brazil light features include:
Decay (darkening of light as a function of distance to the source)
Attenuation (amplification of brightness as a function of distance
to the source)
Focus control (rectangular, conical, cylindrical etc.)
Projections (emitting a picture or procedural texture instead of a
Exclusion lists (lights ignore specified objects in the scene)