Ambient Occlusion with Turtle

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Old 02 February 2006   #1
Ambient Occlusion with Turtle

Hi folks,

been testing the ilrOccSampler Node from Turtle lately and have to say
i am pretty impressed of what i see compared to the mib_amb_occ Node
which comes with MR in Maya 7. Especially in high detailed areas Turtle
seems to do a much better (and faster) work than mr.
The downside nevertheless, seems to be that in larger bent areas a lot of
detail is lost. The pictures look very very flat on these parts. I have been
playing around with the settings for quite some time now and could not
achieve a satisfying result.

I was wondering if some of you guys already have some experience with
Turtles Ambient Occlusion that you could share ...

Thanks in advance


Cheers
Bonsai
 
Old 02 February 2006   #2
Hey bonsai!

If you have any images rendered sing Turtle occsampler please post it. So everyone can take a look at it and we can share our views about the turtle's Occlusion.
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Old 02 February 2006   #3
Thanks for the answer Dude. I wish i could post some images but i am not allowed to ... :/ In case i find the time today i will quickly model something like it and up those pics ...
 
Old 02 February 2006   #4
That will be great..coz' with comparisons we can learn more.
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