V-Ray 2 does not support stereoscopic rendering, so only monoscopic rendering is possible.
Rhino can only render stereo images with V-Ray 3+. Refer to the support article, Rhinoceros 5.0 with V-Ray 3.6 for more information
These instructions are geared towards people who are well-versed in using both Rhino and V-Ray. These instructions are meant to help you optimize your workflow so that you can produce 360° monoscopic panoramas that work well with the Visual Vocal web portal and mobile VR application.
For information on what kinds of image files you should upload, including recommended resolutions, refer to the article, Acceptable Image Formats.
1. Select the V-Ray renderer. From the menu, choose Render → Current Renderer → V-Ray for Rhino.
2. Open the V-Ray options dialog by choosing V-Ray → Options from the menu.
3. Open the Camera settings.
Set the camera type to Spherical.
Enable the Override FOV checkbox and set the value to 360 degrees.
Disable the physical camera.
4. Open the Output settings
Enable the override viewport checkbox.
Set the width to 4096.
Set the height to 2048.
5. Render the scene by choosing Render → Render from the menu.
6. In the V-Ray Frame Buffer window, click the floppy disk button to save the completed render as a JPEG file.
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