* updated on 23.05.212 *

I’m writing an addon to help with scene reconstruction and lighting with IBL files. It also works as a handy workflow to expand panoramas with rendered elements.

It’s still in its Beta version and I’m evaluating it in production only now, so things will likely change.

quick render test

However if you want to take a first glance at it you will need:

Some screens:

blender, top right cycles rendering background, top left addon to add the background with glsl shader

ARLuxrender at work

Note: my goal is to use arluxrender as the final renderer, but all the modelling and editing is to be done inside Blender.

The original teaser with old screenshots can be found here: http://www.dalaifelinto.com/?p=377

For further discussions you can visit the Blender Artists forum thread as well.


If you do some real testing with it, please let me know your thoughts.


Project developed with Aldo Zang at the Visgraf lab

5 Thoughts on “IBL Toolkit – beta release

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  2. Tyler on June 12, 2012 at 6:14 pm said:

    I am unable to check the box next to ibltoolkit in the addons menu. Is there something else that i need to download or am i just being stupid. any help is much appreciated.

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