LumenRT 4.4 Released

Wed 18th Dec 2013, by Andrew | Cgsnews

E-on software, the leader in 3D Immersive Nature technologies, today announced the immediate availability of LumenRT 4.4.


Available as a free upgrade for all LumenRT 4 users, this update adds improved export capabilities for all LumenRT supported platforms including CityEngine, MicroStation, Revit, and Sketchup.


New or enhanced capabilities include:

CityEngine – support for CityEngine 2013 via the LumenRT GeoDesign Plugin,

MicroStation – improved large scene handling and extended lighting support,

Revit – full uv materials and nested lights (Revit 2014 +),

Sketchup – enhanced Mac display driver and support for future Sketchup releases.

LumenRT 4.4 Real-Time Render - Direct Export from Revit 2014

LumenRT 4.4 GeoDesign Plugin for CityEngine 2013


The new LumenRT 4.4 GeoDesign Plugin is fully compatible with the Esri's recently announced CityEngine 2013. It adds the ability to work directly with CityEngine 2013 plants and improves the export of CityEngine terrain objects. Current LumenRT GeoDesign users can download the plugin directly from their e-on account page.

About LumenRT

LumenRT 4 Studio is the most comprehensive system for transforming 3D models and designs into rich, nature-filled videos, images and real-time immersive experiences. Developed by the leading provider of natural scenery technology for the CG and movie industry, e-on software's LumenRT 4 Studio delivers breathtaking realism, superior performance and ground-breaking ease of use.


The primary value proposition of LumenRT Immersive Nature is to win business by packaging ideas and designs into compelling stories. With LumenRT, ideas come alive and designs are more fully understood by all participants. By presenting and sharing a more complete design experience, LumenRT users have reported transformative results with higher client win percentages, improved quality, and fewer downstream errors.


Visit for more information and to download the free LumenRT 4 Studio trial version.

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