V-Ray 3.4 for Rhino
- Make sure that V-Ray is set as your current rendered by going into the Render menu, then to Current Renderer. This will cause the V-Ray toolbar to appear.
- Open the Asset Editor and set the camera type to "VR Cubemap"
- Toggle the "Stereo" selector on. If this is disabled, make sure that you're not using the Interactive renderer by toggling that selector off in the "Renderer" panel of the Asset Editor
- Set the image height to "1536". This will automatically adjust the width to 6 times the height, for each side.
- Set the Output Layout to "Side - By - Side"
- Select the setting to save the image, and choose a path for the saved file
- You can adjust the quality of the render using the "Quality" selector in the "Renderer" panel, keeping in mind the added time required for higher quality renders, especially on less powerful machines
- Click the teapot icon to begin the render.
- Upload the image to irisvr.com/panos. Full tutorial here.