Visual settings allows you to change the look and feel of your project in Inspace.
You can change the display settings of the rendering, lighting and weather:
Clay strips your projects of materials and textures so you can just present s p a c e. Clay is useful for showing concepts to clients to give them the feel of the space without being bogged down by comments on materials.
Outlines can be turned on to give the model a more defined shape. It also helps make the model look more “sketchy” to imitate the visual fidelity of a CAD model.
Shadows are switched on by default. If you are running Inspace on a lower end spec computer, switching off shadows will increase your performance.
Reflections are switched on by default and affect materials such as water, glass and mirrors as well as any object that has material properties which are reflective. Screen space reflections are recalculated every time you move in the project so the smoothness of movement depend on the specifications of your computer. Reflections can be turned off if you feel like you need a boost in project performance.
If your project has lights - they get bought through Inspace and you can switch it on via the artificial lights toggle. Inspace 2020 currently brings through spot lights and down lights from Revit.
Change different weather conditions to suit your context. Default is set to blue skies but you can make it overcast, rainy or stormy.