Discussion in 'Cool Things for VRAY' started by mrwhite, Jun 13, 2017.
Just discovered, but not tried yet
You can also just use the complex ior osl shader included in vray and enter the n and k balues from regractive index.
looked the video, seems cool. actually it is for V-Rayforc4d and automatically adjusts the RGB curves in colormapping tab.
Yepp, I made a quick test and it works great.
still the vray osl complex ior shader might be easier to use and does the same
Hi as the author of the plugin. firstly thanks for sharing it ! Any feedback is welcome !
About the history I have made this plugin 10 months ago while vray complexe ior shader didn't exist.
But you are 100% right, now it's a bit outdated since you integrate complexe ior.
I want to add is not particular to vray. You can use it in any render engine.
I only map it to vray using SetDriver/SetDriven.
I used in Arnold. But again in arnold 5 they implement their own complexe shader.
For other render engine I don't know them as much, but i'm sure you can implement it simply using a facing ratio and doing a ramp curve for each channel.
great plugin! still nice you made that
as for v-ray , as said it already has that in since 3.4 via the complex IOR shader(osl)
Great to learn every day something new about vray But I can´t find the "complex IOR shader(osl)" or am I dumb?
here it is, as far i know the devs also put it (or soem exampel shader) in the settings folder of the plugin:
https://docs.chaosgroup.com/display/OSLShaders/Complex Fresnel shader
also a good one i often use:
https://docs.chaosgroup.com/display/OSLShaders/Thin Film Shader
Ahh, thx. I will try this.