I thought this might be a good place to ask.
We have started testing Rhino models in Prospect, and even after messing around with material transparency in Rhino for glass, I am finding that it is not importing properly into Prospect. It still just comes in as a solid. What are some tips and tricks for Rhino glass? Also, what view setting is Prospect using for Rhino? Is it the "rendered" appearance just like Revit, or another view setting?
We followed up separately on this but I'll address your points here too just in case others run into the same question.
- Grasshopper plugin - Currently, we have a couple of beta-testers using our direct-from-Rhino plugin, the interface you're describing here with Rhino is really with our Grasshopper plugin. We'll look into making the process clearer when working with glass materials.
- View Setting - The Grasshopper plugin actually doesn't reference any view settings from Rhino. It simply exports an OBJ file that has its materials mapped accordingly.
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