Fast, easy, & extensible rendering
Intel® OSPRay Studio is an open source and interactive visualization and ray tracing application that leverages Intel® OSPRay as its core rendering engine. It can be used to load complex scenes requiring high fidelity rendering or very large scenes requiring supercomputing resources.
OSPRay Studio is released as open source under the Apache 2.0 license.
OSPRay Studio drives demo at Volkswagen Group's KTVT conference
OSPRay Studio, in partnership with Bentley Motors, was used to drive a demo walkthrough of the virtual CW1 showroom - Bentley's flagship showroom in Crewe, England - to demonstrate the future of automotive marketing.
Explore the virtual CW1 showroom here. Works on desktop and mobile web browsers.
OSPRay Studio supports an extended MTL format that includes OSPRay's photorealistic pathtracer renderer materialsShelby Cobra 427 model courtesy of redowl on CGTrader
Load glTF files, a growing popular 3D file format, now including animationsBuster Drone from LaVADraGoN on Sketchfab
UDIM Texture Support
Render scenes with assets using Weta's tiled texture formatUSD ALab model courtesy of Animal Logic
PCD Point Clouds
Render point clouds in PCD format, e.g. from photogrammetric scans from a plane or donePCD Warehouse from IEEE DataPort
Extensible via plugins
OSPRay Studio can be extended using our plugin architecture. Need a new importer? That's a plugin. Need a new functionality? That's a plugin. Need a generator to build terrain from a heightmap? That's already a plugin!
Which plugins you use can be customized every time you launch OSPRay Studio. We will continue developing plugins as well to expand functionality for new workflows.
This plugin enables loading DICOM formatted medical imaging datasetsData from University of Iowa Visible Human dataset
Easily cut away geometries and volumes, optionally with a cross-sectional textureData from University of Iowa Visible Human dataset
HACC drives ultrascale cosmological simulations, the output of which can be viewed with this pluginHACC