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Porsche Cayman (VRay) Screenshot.png with a V-Ray rendering of Porsche Cayman 3D model
Type of site
3D computer graphics software
Available inEnglish
CommercialYes, Freemium
Launched9 June 2013; 6 years ago (2013-06-09)
Current statusOnline
Content license
Creative Commons
Written inJavaScript[2] is a web-based freemium 3D computer graphics software developed by Exocortex, a Canadian software company.[3][4][5] was announced in July 2013[6] and first presented as part of the official SIGGRAPH 2013 program later that month.[7] By November 2013 when the open beta period started, had 14,000 registered users.[2] claimed to have 26,000 registered users in January 2014,[8] which grew to 85,000 by December 2014.[1]


Technology[edit] is developed using HTML5, JavaScript, WebGL and Three.js. does not rely on any browser plugins and thus runs on any platform that has a modern standards compliant browser.[6]


A V-Ray rendering of an APU Drone 3D model
4 panel editor interface.
V-Ray rendering of the standard Sponza Atrium model.

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