Enscape for SketchUp – Real-Time Rendering and Virtual Reality

Enscape? belongs to a virtual reality and real-time rendering plugin for SketchUp as well as for Revit, Rhino and ArchiCAD). With a single mouse click, it is possible to run Enscape and instantly walk through your fully rendered project – no uploading to the cloud or exporting to other programs is necessary.

All modifications in SketchUp are quickly accessible to assess in Enscape. One can rapidly examine with several design options and display projects to clients.

If the client prefers to view something different in the design, Enscape will instantly demonstrates the changes already done to the project, even in VR. There is an option to generate a (web) standalone file of your architectural project and one can deliver an Enscape file to the clients or colleagues for instant illustration.

Given below, some useful features of Enscape:

a. Real-time walk-through – Rendering with a single click.
b. Live link to SketchUp – The modifications in SketchUp are directly shown in Enscapec. Direct Integration – Retain your tools and apply Enscape through the SketchUp toolbar
d. Virtual Reality (VR) – Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality support with one click
e. Web based Asset Library – Simply include Enscape-ready 3D models to your project
f. Web Standalone Export – Generate a link from your project that runs devoid of SketchUp in your browser

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Arka Roy

Arielvision for Sketchup

This is a photorealistic rendering engine for Trimble SketchUp version since 2019. It is very easy to use. It is also affordable for the users. 


  • The lights and illumination 
  • Background images 
  • Realistic glass materials 
  • Reflective materials 
  • Integrated into SketchUp 
  • Photorealistic rendering engine 

ArielVision make the process very easy to learn Render. It is able 

  • To set the lighting default that is preset for the users. 
  • The material settings provide the need what users need. 
  • Predefined materials make this very easy. 

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Arka Roy

The art of Sketching Using Developing Tool using Sketchup Extension Warehouse

1. Ruby Code Editor

This code editor extension offers a simple-to-use and visually attractive way to write and adapt Ruby scripts directly within Sketch Up. These scripts can then be used to make geometry, adjoin functionality or add data within the Sketch Up 3D modeling environment.

The Sketch Up Ruby API gives an wide-ranging set of functions to automatize SketchUp in many ways or create scripted, computational geometry. This editor mainly created for two reasons: A gorgeous way to change and run Sketch up Ruby code correct within of Sketch Up’s 3D modeling setting. Often this is done in an external editor, but having an internal editor allows for using both scripting and modeling concurrently – depending on your needs.

The other reason for this extension is coding. This bunch of reference web pages to a browser window easier. Gorgeous and spotless editor user edge with menu-based UI Light / dark themed editor Allows executing multi-line Ruby code openly in SketchUp Works with files of any size Fast opening and code importance of large files recently used file list Keyboard shortcut routing Line numbering in editor Indenting/dedenting of code blocks Matching brackets, current line highlighting Undo/redo in editor Find/replace in editor (text or RegEx) Code folding Insert code snippets at cursor Code-completion for SketchUp classes and methods Automatic backup file creation Various options: font size, tab/space indenting Undo of code execution Single undo option for entire code Results window keeps track of run history Possibility to run external Ruby files Reference web browser for common websites Explore selection object properties and attributes Option for direct access to the Ruby console Option to edit default code snippet Clean printing of code.

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How to create Instant Door and Window in Sketchup


You have to start by activating the create door/window tool. After which you can choose the type of object you wouldwant to create, make sure to click on the box to the left in order to select the style of object you want.

This will lead you to find a couple of different options, this article will focus on the third option, which sets how your object cuts a hole in your walls. The following are the three setups available

  • 2D
  • 3D
  • Double Wall

There is not much difference between the 3D and double wall.Using these options, you can cut openings in both single and double walls in SketchUp.

After the selection, you just click in your model to place your objects. In case of double wall selection, you will notice that it seems to wait to cut the hole until you have completely closed out of the tool which you can do by using the space key.


There are a number of different parameters which you can use to edit, such as the main size, the detail around the windows, the mullion size, and many other.

You can evenchoosevarious trim profiles for the different windows. You can even custom the trim profile if you wish to.

You can choose from a vast library of windows to choose from such as well which includes standard, arched, corner, and bay windows.

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Arka Roy