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Fog is a type of atmospheric effect that is typically used to create a sense of distance and mystery. It can be used in Sketchup scenes to create an immersive experience for the viewer.

Fog is important in a Sketchup scene because it helps to obscure the view of the scene and make it more mysterious. It also helps to hide any imperfections in the model, such as walls that are not facing the camera or objects that are too close to each other.

Some popular settings for using fog in Sketchup scenes are:

  • Environments with misty mountains and forests
  • A scene where the viewer is inside of something like a car or building
  • A scene where there is some sort of magic happening

  • The first type of fog is the default fog. This is the simplest and most basic form of fog. It consists of three components: light, air, and ground.
  • The second type of fog is the sun ray effect that creates a glowing effect on objects using one or more rays that originate from a point source on the object’s surface. One way to create this effect is by using a sun ray material with its ray length set at 0.1 meters and its color set to pure white or black.
  • The third type of fog uses particles instead of rays to create an emitter-based effect, which can produce more realistic results than other types of fog.

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