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Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Vray Sky Turbidity Ozone Quick Reference

Have you wonder how to control those turbidity and ozone parameter. Here is a quick reference from Jackson how to the setting affects the environment color. Jackson tested systematically the V-Ray sky turbidity and ozone combination. The resulting table is very useful to have an idea of the environment.

The model has RGB 233,233,233 grey material applied to geometry and the infinite plane. Physical Camera (Shutter Speed 1000, f-number 8, ISO 200), uses only the standard V-Ray sky for GI lighting (multipliers set at 1) with an RGB 255,255,255 white background.

Full size with text can be viewed here.