DF360 – 019

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Dutch Free 360° HDRI – 019

Update: January 2018

New: Free HDR’s now available in the Unity Asset Store !

DF360 Volume 1
DF360 Volume 2

You can find the HDR on this page on DF360 Volume 2

This free HDR is a complete rebuild (Reloaded) of the Scheveningen harbour HDRI published in the 3DWorld magazine issue 140 (2011).

More previous HDR's made for 3DWorld in the past will be “restaurated” and published for free on this website in the near future – for more info please see here.

UPDATE:
During the preparation of this new version accidentally saw on the social media page from 80 Level that the old version of the 3DWorld Harbour HDR was used in the most recent demo V-Ray for Unreal Engine presented by Vladimir Koylazov.
What a nice coincidence! Than one was published in 2011 and now a few days before the launch of the “restaurated” Reloaded version seeing the old version being used in a recent V-Ray Unreal demo! Below you see a screenshot of the demo:

V-Ray for Unreal Engine presented by Vladimir Koylazov.

The package contains:

1 x sIBL/HDR set
1 x 11k HDR
2 x HDR game engine set ( a) 2k 2048 x 1024 pixels & b) 4k 4096 x 2048 pixels

Filename: DF360_019.zip
File size: 151 Mb

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Usage examples

During the preparation of this this publication accidentally saw on the social media page from 80 Level that the old version of the 3DWorld Harbour HDR was used in the most recent demo V-Ray for Unreal Engine presented by Vladimir Koylazov.
What a nice coincidence! Than one was published in 2011 and now a few days before the launch of this “restaurated” Reloaded version seeing the old version being used in a recent V-Ray Unreal demo! Below you see a screenshot of the demo.

sIBL | HDR details

The 3 basic ingredients of a smart IBL setup are:

a 8k res panorama as camera background
a 4k res HDR as specular component for reflection
a blurred low res HDR as diffuse environment lighting

Extra: 11k HDR is included

More information about sIBL can be found here.

License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.

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ps – please send me a request if you want to use it commercially (most cases should not a problem but better ask it).