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Darker edge of glass in Redshift

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Hi all,

 

 

I was wondering something which I couldn't find online myself.

You know when you have a glass plate the edges start to turn darker when you see if from the side.

What is that actually that happens? Is it just the tint of the glass that gets multiplied over a long distance?

Is this something you can control in redshift somehow?

 

I have a white border in my glass, but i want it to become darker (almost black if possible), without changing the opacity of the glass itself. Because I want the wood to come through. I would even want the wood to be visible more somehow.

 

Thanks for the insight!

Regards,

Pieter

 

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Hi,

 

Reduce IOR index of glass material from default 1.51 to 1.01, or even lower (1.005), if you want material behind glass to be more clear and visible, without refraction deformations.

 

Dane

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  • Thanks amigos. I will look into it because it's quite a read héhé.

    Regards,

    Pieter

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