3D Visualization for Architecture

 

In today’s world, the 3D visualizations play a very important role in the design process for the architects, designers, buyers and investors. 3D visualizations have the potential to turn every idea into reality, because once you get to see how your “idea” looks on animation, you can easily figure out what you ought to do with it in real.


Where does 3D visualization come to your aid? It comes pretty much in handy when designing the floor plans of your home. 3D visualization helps show the true picture of your home in a decorated stage. Similarly, it also aids in the product visualization. Most of the time, people want to have a look inside the product or object to. This has now been made possible, thanks to 3D visualization: the 3D modeling, lighting, photo-realistic texturing etc. are among the things that allow you to look into the cross-section of a product and study it in detail.

As a design process, architecture is unique, in a way that the finished product of this field is usually a very expensive building, so you have to be very careful when executing the work because a slight mistake may cost you trouble as the building might have issues.

Vrender.com also explains in detail how critical the visualization of architectural design is so a plethora of artworks and sketches have been used to get an architect's ideas across. These started off as plain line drawings, and then to color sketches. Nowadays it is mostly done with 3D Renderings and animations.


3D architectural visualization has particular benefits both, the architect as well as the client: firstly, making changes to the visualization throughout the design process is much easier than doing it by hand. Secondly, the animations and renderings appear a lot closer to reality than sketched or hand painted images and drawings. 

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