All photographic images are not the handiwork of a photographer. You can as well create realistic and colorful landscapes without a camera, paints or brushes!
Architectural visualization is the computer graphic representation of the interior or exterior of a building project that showcases all its distinctive features. This means that all the characteristics of a proposed building with its aesthetic value will be graphically presented by using the relevant computer programs.
Architectural visualization is very important in architecture, advertising and other creative fields where architectural objects such as 3D modeling and 3D graphics very important. Some of the computer programs used are 3ds max, AutoCAD, Cinema 4D, V-Ray, Archicad and others whose principle of operation is rendering.
Rendering is the perspective drawing of an architect’s design such as computer models of objects, static raster or vector images into 3D rendered animation or 3D 360 panorama. To get the best result, it is very important for a visualizer to create a competent architectural form.
With the aid of architectural visualization, you can effectively present your project with full images of the construction and designs. Depending on your intended result, these images may involve other specialists such as a visualizer, 3D- animator, designer, expert in composition, art director, project manager etc. The work of these professionals directly affects the quality of proposed project.
One of the most important and comprehensive industry in architectural rendering is interior design. This is all about the details of your interior plan such as the color of walls, wallpapers, kitchen or living room. A 3D visualization of the interior will help you move the furniture around in the apartment easily and gives you a feel of what your project will look like.
Architectural visualization inspires new graphic solutions and it provides you with the most realistic option for your building projects. With it, you can create a competent architectural form that is in compliance with artistic composition and proper feeding of large and small construction elements which will give you a clear study of all the smallest details.
3D Rendering as an integral part of our modern life
In today’s world, 3D technology is an integral part of our life as it cut across every industry. Industries such as construction, medicine, entertainment and culture, internet, cosmetology, advertising and others extensively make use of 3D graphics.
The aim of modern technology is to preserve all other art forms from the past, present and future. The use of 3D computer modeling, graphics, animation, and 3D visualization will harness our creative process by reducing all forms of physical efforts and at the same time increasing our proficiency.
Modern technology is as a result of our needs to simplify complex subjects and the perception of complicated bundles and elements. With this, we become more visual by expressing our ideas physically and verbally.
3D rendering is very useful in architecture and construction, design and advertising, tourism and real estate. Technical feasibility of 3D architectural rendering are often used in these fields to visually showcase a proposed project to clients and investors. This makes it easier for everyone to see the beauty of a proposed project as real pictures of architectural designs are presented.
Science has proved that 90% of information is retained in our memory. This research simply makes 3D rendering and visualization a technology that will stay with us for a very long time. 3D visualization helps us to interact with virtual objects.
For example, digital photos of cities may be readjusted so that you will be in control of the effect and illusion of the rendered object. With this, the clients and investors will be able to modify the dynamics of a building project such as lighting, colors, wallpapers, furniture etc.
It is important to know that virtual reality is an extension of our world which makes interaction possible on both sides using special 3D visual effects.