Refraction means the change of direction of a ray of light in passing at an angle from one medium to another. With V-Ray the refraction layer is used to create glass or translucent materials.
Fernando Rentas, ASGVIS 3D Artist & Trainer, will explain how to use the refraction layer to create glass or translucency materials in this video tutorial.
Also see Part 1 of V-Ray Materials: The Reflection Layer http://bit.ly/bzsfuL
This video tutorial was recorded in the latest build of V-Ray for SketchUp (01.48.89). The same techniques apply to V-Ray for Rhino.
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Rhino and SketchUp users use V-Ray as a quick, easy and cost-efficient way to render their most cutting-edge images. Developed with the Chaos Group, V-Ray's robust ray-tracing engine works within Googles' SketchUp and McNeel's Rhino to render photorealistic, high-quality images and animations.
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