Ever since getting Release 22, I’ve been amazed at all of the changes that have taken place – the general appearance of the layout is different, the organization of control items in design mode is better, the atmospherics are better – and on, and on, and on. One of my favorite new items is the ability for WYSIWYG to simulate additive color mixing; the previous version of WYSIWYG did not additively mix in the air, whereas R22 does, and it’s brilliant.
In shaded mode, you can select the Enhanced beam settings and set your atmospherics however you’d like. Colors additively mix in the air and on surfaces. I am truly blown away by this release – and the news and statements from Cast say that it’s only going to get better as the Cast team replaces and revamps every aspect of live beam simulation for R23.