A bit off topic, but since it's in my area of interest, has anyone seen this article about Gensler (the largest architectural firm in the US) which is using Octane with Revit?Hyper-speed rendering: How Gensler turns BIM models into beauty shots in seconds
Seven seconds. That is all it took for Gensler’s Mark Bassett to generate a geometrically accurate, photorealistic rendering from one of the firm’s Revit models. The colors popped. The lighting and shading were spot on. The materials, finishes, fixtures, and furnishings were precisely represented. There was no need for touch-ups using Photoshop, or tweaks in 3ds Max. Just a few clicks of the mouse and voilà!—a professional-level 3D rendering appeared on Bassett’s monitor.
That's just fantastic and a testament to the power and production proofness of Octane!