Rhino 7 is cited as the most important version upgrade in Rhinoceros 3D software history. You ask why? There are many reasons, of course. You can create organic forms with SubD tools, use both Rhino 3D and Grasshopper 3D as a Revit® plugin thanks to Rhino.Inside.Revit, and create cleaner mesh geometries with quadrilateral contexts from NURBS or mesh geometries that are easier to control thanks to the QuadRemesh algorithm.
With this latest version of Rhino 3D, a brand new workflow and comprehensive features have been developed. The list of required and recommended hardware for Rhino 7, or in other words, the list of system requirements and license management in Rhinoceros 3D software is performed via Zoo / Lan Zoo, Single Computer or Cloud Zoo, which is a cloud license pool. You can find detailed information about license management in the fields below.
SubD is a brand new geometry development feature for designers who want to create editable and highly precise geometries, explore organic forms, and develop new design languages. Unlike other geometries, SubD - subdivision - combines fast and efficient editing and free-form modeling precision.
Rhino Inside Revit was conceived as an awesome brand new feature that employs the powerful features of Rhino 3D and Grasshopper in the Autodesk Revit® environment.
Visualization - rendering - can be achieved using Quad Mesh geometries, SubD, Mesh, Solid Object, or Surfaces, which are ideal representation for animation, CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics), FEA (Finite Element Analysis) and Reverse Engineering processes.
With the Rhino 7 version, you will be able to see the same look as you render in Raytraced mode, thanks to extensive updates and modernization applied to the Rhino Render engine. PBR material support, Layerbook command and many more innovations are waiting for you in the new version ...
Rhino 7 was created as a more refined and more comprehensive program with many features such as correcting hundreds of errors, Defined Selections, Pattern Making tools, single-line fonts for embossing and engraving, and the ability to work with different file formats.
Rhino's display pipeline is constantly updated to be compatible with modern graphics hardware. With Rhino 7, some models will be displayed at a considerable speed in Windows and Mac operating systems. In addition, many eye-catching enhancements have been made to support you while working in viewing modes.
Modeling is just one step of the design process; it is also necessary to show how to build the model on the screen. Many enhancements have been made to the documentation workflow, focused on rich graphical representation tools such as transparent and gradient hatching.
It seems that there is no place left where Grasshopper has not been used recently. As usual, we're pulling stronger in keeping up with this rate of use and deployment (we've even begun to see Grasshopper-like modeling screens in other apps as well). With Rhino 7, we've made it easy to convert your Grasshopper screen programs into plugins as we've added some new components.
With Rhino 7, extensive enhancements have been applied to the SDK tools, including API edits, better documentation, and a few large-scale new features that deepen geometry development resources.
Are you looking for a list with all new commands? If you can not see the details of the innovations you are looking for above, you can review the full list under the Rhino 7 Innovations title.