See this blog post to read more about how POV-Ray was used to visualize bee keeper data for Norfolk County Massachusetts.
For use with Mathematica. View or animate in front-end or otherwise. Has a partially supported POV-Ray exporter. See their website for more details.
Filling containers with objects has just gotten a whole lot easier! POV-Ray users can now easily fill containers, or place many objects, with collision checking, into their scenes. The application has a rudimentary POV-Ray export feature, so some post-processing is necessary. See the website to get started!
The Parallela platform seems to have potential in the future for use with raytracing as Adapteva are coming out with a double-precision version early in 2013. Given their kickstarter is approaching its end date and they are still a little bit short of their target we thought we'd mention this in case any POV users are interested in it.
Once the appropriate hardware is available the POV team will take a close look at it to see if it's a suitable target for a port of our software.
Users can now do Spectral Rendering ... [read more]
Many POV-Ray users will nevertheless be familiar with the ANIMUSIC series ... [read more]
The popular insert menus add-on ... [read more]
Caedium version 4 ... [read more]
PoseRay update ... [read more]
This HD video animation by Robert Alzinger was rendered entirely with POV-Ray ... [read more]
Regular news group readers have already seen the colored leaves trick by Norbert Kern ... [read more]