Create amazing 3D visuals. In minutes.
KeyShot is everything you need to create fast, accurate and amazing visuals directly from your CAD data. Featuring a real-time workflow to see your renderings and animations take shape instantly, KeyShot reduces the time it takes to create that perfect shot. From scientifically accurate material and environment presets to advanced material editing and animation, creating product visuals or sales and marketing imagery has never been easier.
Everything inside KeyShot happens in realtime. KeyShot uses unique rendering technology which makes it possible to see all changes to materials, lighting, and cameras instantly. You don’t need to hit the render button and wait for minutes or hours to wait for the results. As soon as you assign a material to a part, you will see the change immediately.
You don’t have to be a rendering expert to create photorealistic images of your 3D model. Simply import your data into KeyShot, assign materials by dragging and dropping them onto the model, adjust the lighting, and move the camera. Done. You see everything happen instantly right in front of you. Learning KeyShot literally takes only a few minutes.
KeyShot is the most accurate rendering solution for your 3D data. KeyShot is built on Luxion’s internally developed, physically correct render engine based on research in the areas of scientifically accurate material representation and global illumination. The result is stunning realism, incredible accuracy and speed that is beyond compare.
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KeyShot provides incalculable value by enabling us to present engine concepts to prospective customers early in the design process. In Addition we can communicate design and manufacturing issues to our suppliers using Animation and interactive VR visuals more clearly than ever before.
Using Keyshot, we were able to produce all of the marketing images needed for the official launch of our latest coach – the Cheetah XL. We received a great deal of interest in the new coach prior to the first vehicle being driven off the production line.