Real-time Photorealistic-rendering with A360

Shannon McGarry Shannon McGarry September 15, 2014

1 min read



We’ve been hard at work developing a new feature for the Autodesk A360 set called Interactive Rendering. As a Fusion 360 user we want to invite you to check it out and tell us what you think.


Interactive rendering is a real-time photorealistic-rendering environment that makes creating beautiful images and turntable animations super-easy. Simply drag and drop lighting environments and materials on to your project, adjust your camera, and then click the render button. With the help of cloud computing, we take the guess work out of what your final images and animations will look like — what you see in the view port as you work is what your final rendering will look like.


So go ahead and check it out by clicking the ‘Try Beta’ button located in the rendering mini gallery view from your Autodesk A360 Dashboard as shown below.




To get started, check out our Getting Started Guide. Feel free to ask our experts questions and let us know what you think here.

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