3D Animation And Architectural Rendering
Architectural rendering in the world of 3D animation refers to the process of creating animated versions of computer generated 3D images. This helps the developers and builders to display the attributes of a proposed architectural design. Computer generated architectural renderings are generally defined as the 3D models developed using a 3D modeling software for presentation purposes. The common implementations of 3d rendering service may include:
- Virtual tours
- Real estate models
- 3D walk through
- Building projection analysis
- Renovation renderings
- Panoramic renderings
- Light and shadow study analysis
- Real time color combination analysis
- Floor plan representation for approvals
With commercial demand for 3d rendering is on the rise, more and more firms are venturing into this field. Real estate investors who go with 3D animated models suggest that post construction changes are minimized to a greater extent. Architectural rendering require a larger team of 3D animation experts for bringing out the exact animation project within the specified time frame. This technology is also being used by government organizations for 3D animated township and city planning or landscape planning. By doing so, government bodies are able to take precise decision regarding the budget to be allocated for such projects.
The 3D projection for roadway or motorway planning helps in identifying the barriers that could come in the planned path. This aids the civic bodies to make the necessary arrangements beforehand. Few other implementation areas of architectural rendering are digital sand tables for city planning, simulation of product design, geographic information system and so on.