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VR for architecture. Create unique experiences

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Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality have notably improved the way of visualizing and validating the tasks carried out, even increasing the productivity of companies in general. In the architecture sector, Virtual Reality stands out, a technology that allows to improve the designs previously made in 3D and visualize in a much more exact way the final result of a house, building, or structure to be built. In recent years, Virtual Reality applied in Architecture has evolved to become a very valuable tool, which benefits all areas of any project and which is becoming increasingly relevant, present from the planning stages to the closure of the project and its subsequent evaluations. The technologies used in Virtual Reality allow a much better understanding of each process, which in turn helps you offer better design and, more importantly, improve communication and collaboration with your clients. Thus, Virtual Reality in architecture is used before starting a project, studying and calcul

Benefits of 3D Renderings: Customers love visual advertising

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  Technology, in many different ways, makes our lives more efficient. In the real estate field, renderings can help your properties for sale to attract more and better the attention of the public you are targeting. Visual instruments are resources that many real estate developers use to increase their visibility, particularly through established digital channels on the internet. The render is nothing more than the representation of an object through a digital image that is generated thanks to specialized 3D modeling software that allows portraying realistic appearances from any angle of the model. To create a professional rendering, it is necessary to process the design through the use and implementation of textures, materials, multiple elements, and lighting, in order to appear photorealistic. Thus, we could say that a professional render is a virtual photograph that represents some object, person, or scene digitally. In the architectural environment, rendering is a process where real

How 3D World Inc, can work with clients out of NYC

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  Real-time rendering is a field of computer graphics that focuses on analyzing and producing images, which are known as renders, in real-time. The main benefit of real-time rendering is that users can interact with renders as they are being developed. This is how we can help you consolidate your project, no matter how close or far you are from our offices in NYC. Thanks to 3D rendering, we can work with visual material at the same time, exchanging images and examples with the necessary advances and changes without the need to have face-to-face meetings in your offices or ours. In real-time 3D rendering, computers work to photo-realistically convert 3D models into 2D images. 3D images are computed in real-time, so it appears as if many images are being produced in real-time, allowing you to quickly create models, characters, and interactive designs in the same context. Benefits of real-time rendering Seamless workflow: 3D rendering software automatically reproduces changes made to file

5 reasons why 3D World, Inc is your best business partner

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  Whatever the nature of your project, the 3DW family is ready to offer you extraordinary value in visualizing your ideas. Our group is made up of architects, designers, 3D experts | CG artists, technologists, and project managers. For more than a decade, at 3DW we have mastered the art of selecting collaborative teams to help our clients on projects of all sizes, improving their design processes by working together.   Our portfolio of business partners includes real estate developers, architects, interior designers, contractors, branding and marketing agencies, and potentially anyone looking to take their conceptual idea to the next level. Our goal is to combine visual disciplines to bring your ideas one step closer to reality.  By understanding the needs of our clients, we can effectively interpret their ideas and concepts, to design processes through which we combine the work of visual disciplines such as rendering, animation, virtual reality, interactive services, photography, and

The best way to promote unfinished projects

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  Architectural visualization has been around for centuries, although it was not previously as sophisticated as it is known today. Drawings and paintings were for years the means to represent finished structures before their construction. In the 1990s, the move from paper to CAD was joined by video, with the new ability to produce walkthroughs and flyovers from design. It was only a matter of time before architectural visualization professionals discovered real-time rendering, which can produce a finished video in a fraction of the time of traditional rendering processes. Initially intended for game development, real-time rendering engines have reached a level of quality and photorealism that makes them ideal for presenting architectural designs. But with real-time rendering came an unexpected bonus: new types of presentations that are compelling for clients. This means that architectural visualization can now include immersive experiences such as virtual reality walkthroughs, and inte

Visual aids speak louder than words

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  For several years now, 3D rendering perspectives have been implemented as part of the visual support that architects and engineers use to display their architectural projects. Before, these visual supports were developed by hand, on paper, making it difficult to explain a project with the necessary clarity, since drawing by hand involves many limitations, mainly the impossibility of making changes to them, and the clarity and quality of the line depended entirely of the designer's talent. Fortunately, we currently have 3D modeling programs, in which renders or perspectives can be designed with very high quality. You can even create several render perspectives of the same project, which is great for appreciating different angles and exploring possibilities for the same space. According to neuroscience experts, up to 80% of purchase decisions are made unconsciously. In a world in the midst of a technological revolution like the current one, the Internet is the real estate property

Take notes. Which is the right moment to hire 3D rendering services?

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  3D rendering is the process in which, using computer systems, a digital image is generated from a three-dimensional model or scenario; that is, 3D. Its goal is to generate a realistic image from any model perspective. Rendering is about generating 3D images from various processes that allow a sense of depth to be generated and give texture to the different elements of the image to make it more realistic. It also allows you to generate different lighting effects and use different photographic techniques that generate optical effects similar or the same as those that occur in the real world when observing an object, a room, a landscape, or any type of view that can be perceived by human eyes. The 3D render is generated through the calculation produced by algorithms and formulas that generate simulations that calculate the possible reflections of light on the three-dimensional objects that have been arranged in the scene. Tracking occurs from the virtual camera to generate the scene to

How new technology in architecture can benefit clients and architects?

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  As has happened for at least the last two decades, technology has revolutionized the practice of professions, the way of studying, and, in general, the lives of all people. Architecture has not been the exception and augmented reality is transforming the way in which architecture and civil construction have been developing, benefiting engineers, designers, architects, project managers, service providers, and in general, the entire construction team. Unlike virtual reality, which creates a totally new environment independent of the real world, augmented reality includes virtual elements that interact with what already exists. In this way, it is possible to unite virtual architectural projects with the reality of the land where it is built, which increases its efficiency and precision, reducing errors and saving time, money, and resources. Construction sites are chaotic, noisy, and dirty spaces. Although the incorporation of technology reduces many of the incompatibilities and unpleasa

How digital 3D visualizations help cut costs

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  Renderings in architecture are considered an artistic practice. It combines the precision of making a 3D design virtually with the possibility of visualizing results. At the same time, it brings modernity and practicality to the performance of architects, who benefit from leaving behind the use of wood, foam, and paint to shape models, achieving much more innovative designs using new technology. Implementing this technology in the field of architecture brings various benefits: Customers can easily visualize designs: An object that has been 3D rendered is the best way to communicate a design in the most effective way possible. Having a fully detailed model of what the result of the project will look like is a valuable way to communicate ideas to clients. Reduces the time needed to create scale architectural models: 3D technology, in a nutshell, allows a design to be brought to reality and, at the same time, reduces the work time required to make a scale model of the building. original

Quick guide to recognizing pitfalls of realistic 3D visualization

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  Implementing 3D representations is useful in various fields, for example, to promote products under marketing strategies, and of course, to attract customers and achieve sales in the field of real estate. But even more important than implementing 3D renderings, is implementing it well. Using a flawless photorealistic 3D visualization is essential to get the response you expect from your audiences. For example, to show a property to potential buyers outside your city, you have probably used photographs at some time. But organizing photo sessions require too much time and effort, and the results do not provide all the sensations or awaken the emotions necessary for your client to fall in love with the property. Even the perspective of a photograph can make you feel that something is not quite right. Those margins of error can be eliminated by professionally implementing 3D visualization. You can do it! To help you, we share a list of common mistakes made by newbies in the use of 3D vis

List of benefits of using new technology in architecture in 2022

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  Currently, the use of technologies is essential for the work of architects. the current of architects. Gone are the days of drawing on paper, with pencils of different thicknesses and the use of templates to erase. Fortunately, we now have tools and means that allow us to be faster and more effective in the development of projects. Information technologies and the emergence of Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality have changed paradigms at an accelerated pace that seems to have no brake. Mainly, these tools have changed the workflows in the development of projects, in aspects such as representation, simulation, and analysis. The Building Information Modeling methodology deserves a special mention, because thanks to it the production of planimetry, technical documentation, and representations of exterior and interior views, together with the economic and structural analysis, have become more productive, fast, precise, and easy to share with investors, staff and of course, with clients

New technology in architecture 2022

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  The construction industry is essential to society. A large amount of money moves around it, and at the same time, its development is a thermometer of the economic situation of the countries. Thus, if the economy is doing poorly, construction contracts, and vice versa; if all goes well, it grows and expands. Dozens of industries are involved in its development: mining companies, contractors, material manufacturers, architects, engineers, governments, real estate, and many other players. Even with all this, it is considered that the construction industry is one of the most backward, and resistant to changes and new technologies since in most cases it is sustained by replicating inefficient processes that generate high rates of waste. If the productivity of the industry has remained stable despite all the existing technological contributions not yet incorporated into it, can you imagine everything that could be achieved by implementing technological tools from the conception of the proj