[WARNING: SUSPICIOUS LINK] rendering of glass

##### - WARNING: SUSPICIOUS LINK(S)

Please be EXTREMELY careful about one or more of the links in the
message below.

The Berkeley Lab Computer Protection Program inserted this warning
because the email appears to contain a suspicious link.

For more information, see this Berkeley Lab web page:
http://www.lbl.gov/cyber/services/suspicious-links.html

##### - END OF WARNING

Hello all

I am trying to use radiance for visualising the illuminance at the workplane
of a simple classroom model developed in ecotect. I am calling radiance from
ecotect. Further I will use DAYSIM for detailed calculation of UDI and DC. I
have downloaded RADIANCE for windows from
http://www.arch.mcgill.ca/prof/reinhart/software/Radiance3P7forWindows.zip.
I have used the materials library from
http://irc.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/ie/lighting/daylight/daysim/docs/NRC_LightingLibrarySetup.exe.
However the image I am getting after rendering is pretty weird. It seems
that the glass has not been properly rendered. I have set all the rendering
options to medium. Even with high quality specification and ecotect
libraries (glass material other than the link previously mentioned), I am
getting the same result. Further when I am importing the .rad file to daysim
the glass seems to be having some problem. Please find the image of the room
after render attached and let me know how I can solve this problem.

Thank you
Regards
Chandrayee

···

--
Chandrayee Basu (M.Tech)
Schröfelhofstraße 12, WG 07/02
81375 München
+49-89-289-22403