.RAY File Extension
- Developer by: Synopsys
- Category: Data Files
What are .RAY files and how to open them?Can't open .RAY file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .RAY file.
What is a .RAY file extension?
.RAY file extension is created by Synopsys. .RAY has been classified as Data Files.
.RAY is Synopsys Light Ray Data File
A RAY file is a data file created by Synopsys illumination design programs, such as LightTools and LucidShape. It contains data about light rays, which may range from a couple thousand light rays to millions of light rays, and include wavelength, colors, and origination. RAY files are used to simulate the appearance of actual light rays.
A RAY file is typically created from measurements of real light sources or a ray sensor collecting light ray data. Synopsys programs, such as LightTools and LucidShape, use RAY files to import light ray data to model, simulate the effects of light in various systems, such as automotive lighting, projectors, and solar lighting.
Three-dimensional ray-traced image created with Rayshade, a free scene rendering program; contains a 3D scene defined in an ASCII text format; may include object primitives, lighting, shadows, and texture mappings.
RAY files specify instructions and display properties that the Rayshade engine uses to render the 3D scene.