Indigo Renderer v3.8.26 | 215 MB
Indigo Renderer is an unbiased physically based and photorealistic renderer which simulates the physics of light to achieve near-perfect image realism. With an advanced physical camera model a super-realistic materials system and the ability to simulate complex lighting situations through Metropolis Light Transport Indigo Renderer is capable of producing the highest levels of realism demanded by architectural and product visualization.
Accurate light simulation
Indigo is famously accurate at simulating the flow of light to produce natural looking renders.Unlike traditional renderers which work with RGB colours, Indigo uses spectral light computations throughout, making your 3D scenes come to life.Combined with realistic material descriptions, the photo-realism can even fool experts.
Physically accurate camera
Camera optics are extremely accurately simulated in Indigo, a well-known strength of ray tracing renderers.Particularly impressive are the picture-perfect Depth of Field and "bokeh" rendering, due to realistic camera apertures.
Indigo features highly realistic, physically-based materials that interact naturally with the light sources in your scene to deliver photo-realistic rendering results.Sub-surface scattering is efficiently and accurately simulated, for extremely lifelike rendering of skin, wax, leaves and other dense media.
Sun & sky system
Indigo features an advanced sun & sky system based on our highly accurate atmospheric simulation. Unlike the classical sun & sky model which breaks down when the Sun is at low elevation, the new model remains true to life.Computed directly from the physical laws which produce blue skies and red sunsets in nature, the new system produces extremely realistic skies at any time of day; not only is it more realistic, but it also renders faster.
Effective compositing tools
Indigo features alpha output and a new shadow-catcher rendering mode that makes many product visualisation renders a snap.Alpha export allows for easy compositing of buildings with glass façades against skyline photography.