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    Magnetic bicycle lighting

    A short video for my project. Made entirely in open source software: modeled and composited in Blender, rendered with LuxRender.



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    Member Iridesium's Avatar
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    Looks pretty cool! Not sure I would use a product like that unless i did a bit of nighttime biking but cool anyways.



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    Very cool. I really like the video, looks professionally shot.



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    wow..very cool..



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    Really nice work.

    It would be interesting to know, what was the reasons for using LuxRender instead of Cycles?
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    Thank you all!

    Originally Posted by Taros View Post
    It would be interesting to know, what was the reasons for using LuxRender instead of Cycles?
    I'm using LuxRender since 2009 - there was no Cycles then. And I find it easier to use. For example, there is no way in Cycles to control U and V roughness independently for the anisotropic shader.



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