Hi 

I have a problem for get a image render from Diva result in Rhino. I should change the render properties in rhino or not ? because the color result in rhino view ports with image render window are differents (Attach 2 Image in discussion). The image from render window is opaque color but in rhino view ports is sharp color.
Let me know what can I do for get a real color result from Diva.

Peace 

Shahab

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Hi Shahab,

When you render something in the Rhino default renderer, it should look very similar to what is in the "Rendered" viewport. I would suggest to play with the ambient lighting properties in Rhino.

One other thing I like to do often is to force anti-aliasing in the Rhino viewport, so that screencaptures look much nicer. This website explains, more or less, how to set this up: http://www.rhino3dhelp.com/tutorials/prettify-my-rhino-experience/

Best regards,
Alstan

Hi Alstan

Thanks for discussion. I create spotlight in Rhino area and the result render is better than, but I have other questions :
1-Diva just analyzing the modeling from the weather file location or not? For example I create a spotlight in Rhino , this light is effect on the result from Diva or not, just Diva analyze the model from the location data.
2- After run the Diva in Rhino open the new comment (Image below) , I should pres Yes or NO because Diva after chose Yes/NO get a different result.

Let me know 

Warm Regards 

Shahab

1-Diva just analyzing the modeling from the weather file location or not? For example I create a spotlight in Rhino , this light is effect on the result from Diva or not, just Diva analyze the model from the location data.

The spotlight is just a Rhino spotlight. It won't have anything to do with the climate or location of the DIVA simulations.

2- After run the Diva in Rhino open the new comment (Image below) , I should pres Yes or NO because Diva after chose Yes/NO get a different result.

The climate-based simulations store what are called 'daylight coefficient' files. If you have changed/added/removed geometry or changed the material assignments, you should choose 'NO' to re-calculate the simulation results, as the lighting condition will change due to changes in geometry or material assignment. On the other hand, if you just want to change the lighting setpoint or the illuminance threshold of the simulation, you can choose 'YES' as the results from the previous simulation are still valid. 

Hope that helps.

Alstan

Thanks a lot, Alstan
What is the daylight availability in the climate-based? I need a more information about DAvailability.
Regards
Shahab

Hi Shahab,

This paper from SimBuild 2010 will probably help explain a lot of the climate-based metrics including Daylight Availability,

http://www.ibpsa.us/pub/simbuild2010/papers/SB10-DOC-TS08A-02-Reinh...

Best,
Alstan

Peace Alstan .
Shahab

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