This video clip provides an overview of ARCHICAD 20’s visualization enhancements. ARCHICAD 20 brings project visualization to the next level by updating the “CineRender” Engine, and by enabling more accurate handling of “free-form” geometries. ARCHICAD 20 now runs the latest “CineRender” version, based on the Cinema 4D R16 engine, and offers even more realistic surfaces. The new “Reflectance” channel combines the Reflection and Specular channels of previous versions, making it easier to define the reflective characteristics of Surfaces with one channel. The improved “Brick”… “Filter”… and “Backlight” shaders provide enhanced Surface effects. Improved “Global Illumination” provides a new, faster “Irradiance Cache”, which enables highly realistic contact shadows. The improved “Physical Renderer” uses the new Intel “Embree” ray tracing engine, which boosts rendering performance. In the 3D perspective view, users can now switch to a two-point perspective in any camera position, maintaining the original position and viewing angle. As a result, all 3D vertical edges become vertical in perspective projection. ARCHICAD 20 also offers accurate representation of NURBS curves and surfaces. As a result, complex geometry models created in Rhino can now be imported to ARCHICAD as native GDL Objects, using their “native” NURBS definitions. ARCHICAD users can better control the representation of each individual imported object, depending on its purpose in the model. Please watch all clips in this playlist to fully familiarize yourself with the visualization enhancements of ARCHICAD 20.