Emmy noted that V-Ray is "optimized to handle large production scenes" and ensures a "seamless blend of real and virtual elements on-screen".
V-Ray has won an Engineering Emmy for its outstanding and photorealistic visual effects in episodic productions. The award will be presented by the Television Academy Engineering Committee live at their annual event on October 21. The committee noted that "by accurately calculating global illumination and the distribution of light, as well as the physical properties of any material, the software ensures a seamless blend of real and virtual elements on screen."
Since 2003, V-Ray has been used in the production of various TV series including Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, and Star Trek: Discovery. V-Ray is commonly used to render digital environments, digidoubles, creatures, vehicles, and more in a highly efficient way.
“We are very honored by this award and are happy to have played even a small part in helping artists achieve their visions. It feels like every year we see something new and exciting happening in episodics, which gives our team the inspiration we need to push the software even more,” comments Vlado Koylazov, CTO and Co-Founder of Chaos. “I am thankful for all the studios that have made V-Ray a part of their pipeline, and all the developers who work hard behind the scenes to make it even better. There’s more to come.”