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Charles Agnew asked ·

How to make an Infinity mirror room?

Quick question...however, I've been struggling with this effect in Arnold. How to make an Infinity Mirror Room.


https://www.schoolofmotion.com/tutorials/inside-3d-design-how-to-create-infinite-mirror-room-cinema-4d-octane-render-david-ariew


This link is for the Octane render but I was experimenting with Arnold all morning but I can't seem to get it. I was wondering whether you may have some ideas?


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Charles

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Here is a scene (password: arnold) that contains a glass cube with a point light at the end. The specular ray depth has been increased to create multiple specular reflections. You can also increase the specular IOR (standard_surface) for more reflections.


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