There is nothing more exciting and admirable than to look at your own house or apartment fully built and having a ready-to-live state. You comfortably sit on a couch with a book embracing interesting story and drink your favorite chamomile tea near the fireplace. In such moments, you feel tranquility and happiness for obtaining such a nice place to live.
Do you know that it is possible even before it is built? This is a work for photo-realistic HD 3D rendering services that are provided by our company. We will immerse you in a real-live look of the finished interior of your residential place with the help of latest 3D technologies.
• take your sketches, drawings, photos, plans, floor plans or anything other to prepare the 3D picture of your future interior or exterior
• draw the picture in a set of professional tools
• place furniture, vegetation, small objects inside the premises to make it look habitable and full of usual details
• apply textures, lighting, shadows, make it look alive
• make the rest of our technological magic to breathe life onto the picture and voila – the result is waiting for you!
Thanks to making the result in HD quality, you can immerse yourself in the picture as if you truly are there. You’ll be able to see the smallest details, to see at objects from different angles and to have a walking tour from one premise to another (if we accomplish that following your order). Such virtual experience is much more efficient and effective than any paper-based drawing. All you have to do now is to visit your virtual kitchen to brew yourself a nice smelling virtual coffee to enjoy the result to the fullest.
We provide the 3D Rendering of:
• residential houses, offices, public buildings of all kinds
• all sorts of constructions.
Working with us is like a gulp of fresh air – your excitement guaranteed!
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Architectural 3d Interior Rendering and 3D Interior Visualization go hand in hand. With this new technology the architects are able to give their work a new dimension. They have now become capable of having a visual of their finished work by drawing up a model of their designs with the help of software that enables them to take a look at the tentative appearance of the finished product. The architects work much with software and programs to make a detailed design of the interior of the buildings and to get a view of the project that they have taken up. This technology is cost effective and simple which shows minute details and flaws.
This Architectural 3d Interior Rendering helps them to get a good idea about how to go about the planning and processing of the interior designs of the buildings. This enables the designer and the architects to draw up a 3D interior plan that they can put to paper and finally get to work on the project site. This process also helps them to look into the probable flaws that the plan may have, thus giving them the scope to correct the same.
3D Interior Rendering is also important to let the interior designers and architects get a better view as to what their final design will look like. The whole purpose of this 3D Interior Rendering is to create a 3D Interior based on the designers and architects ideas. The designers can take a closer look at the designs that are created by him or her. This technology helps both the architects, interior designers as well as those with the construction business to create a 3D model of the interior and the exterior models of the buildings which can be both commercial and residential.In its true sense the word rendering has many meanings.
There are different types of rendering like cement rendering, brick rendering, acrylic rendering and solid plaster. But now a day the word rendering is also used with connection to the new and improved technology of the 3D rendering of homes and building interiors and exteriors. House Rendering Australia has now become an art that just more than a job.
A good and professional rendering person has the ability to change the look and pattern of the house or building by playing with different colors, patterns and textures to give the house a new look and dimension. This is a cheap and effective way to detect and correct flaws in advance.
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Cinema 4D or abbreviated C4D by MAXON company is a package for creating three-dimensional graphics and animation.
Cinema 4D is a universal program for creating and editing three-dimensional effects and objects. It allows rendering objects using Gouraud method. It supports high-quality animation and rendering. It stands out thanks to simpler interface than other analogues.
With the release of the 12th version, MAXON no longer provides modules for sale. Instead, Cinema 4D is now available only in the six embodiments described below.
In addition to the main program, which contains the basic tools for modeling, texturing, animation and rendering, there are also modules that allow the user to get more specialized tools and functions of the program.
• Advanced Render – it is a module that provides advanced capabilities for rendering of the scenes,
• BodyPaint 3D – tools for creating UV’s unwrapping and texture maps (since R10, it is included in the basic package),
• Dynamics – module to simulate the dynamics of hard and soft bodies,
• HAIR – module for creating hair,
• MOCCA – a module designed to work on characters’ animation. It includes a system for simulation of tissues, morphing, various deformers, and much more,
• MoGraph – it is a module designed to generate and animate objects. It is intended for creation of animation design,
• NET Render – a module that allows calculating the animation in the render farm. Starting from its 15th version, this module ceased to exist and was replaced by Team Render system,
• PyroCluster – a tool for creating volumetric effects of smoke, dust, etc… (from the R10 version it has been included in the Advanced Render module),
• Sketch and Toon – a module allowing to create not photo-realistic visualization of the scene,
• Thinking Particles – it is a module that includes nodes system of particles’ control.
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Many elements of the visual environment of modern human are created today using computer graphics programs. Without visualizations made by 3D artists, cannot operate any architectural or design studio, nor producers of computer games.
The technology of creating such image – photorealistic one or simulating a variety of artistic techniques – consists of several technological steps. Render is the most important of these and often the final one, which determines the result.
The origin of the term
The word “render” (or “visualization“) came, like many others, thanks to the IT-technologies, from English language. It originates from the Old French ‘rendre’, which means “to do”, “to give”, “to give back”. The deeper roots of this verb reach the ancient Latin: ‘re’ is the prefix meaning “back”, and dare – “to give”. From here goes one of the meanings of this modern term. Render includes planar image reproduction process based on a three-dimensional model, contains information about the physical properties of an object – its shape, surface texture, lighting and so on.
Render and Visualization
The word is not only increasingly used in everyday life, but long ago, it has entered in the lexicon of those who are professionally engaged in digital technologies of creating images. Ready render is asked, for example, when you order the furniture – a single object or furnishing of a whole space. And in the design of the entire interior, house render is one of the main means to convey to the client the essence of the architect’s or designer’s ideas.
There is a synonym, similar in meaning and mostly used in life, although more unwieldy – visualization. Among the professionals of architectural or gaming computer graphics, today the rule of etiquette is to have a narrow specialization: there are those who are engaged in modeling – create three-dimensional objects; and those who provide rendering of the final scene – select lighting, choose the view angle and configure, and then start the rendering program.
Definition of 3D Rendering
This word has several meanings:
• Render or rendering – the conclusion, the process of obtaining technical or artistic planar raster image based on three-dimensional digital models, created using special software packages – Blender 3D Max, CINEMA, Maya and others.
• Render is, in fact, the result of such process – a raster image, photo and picture of the characters and environments in video games or created by 3D employees video files used in the production of films – normal ones or animated.
• Render, or renderer – the so-called special software, by means of which happens a transformation of 3D-models in the image. Such programs can be integrated into the graphics package, or to be used as separate applications: RenderMan, Mental Ray, V-ray, Corona, Brasil, Maxwell, FinalRender, Fryrender, Modo, and many others. Renders, as everything connected with digital technology, updated all the time. They differ in algorithms that are used to calculate the physical characteristics of the models and their environment. On their basis, created big visualization systems, allowing to produce own materials, light spots, cameras, and so on.
There are two basic types of background depending on the speed, with which should occur reception of the finished image. First one is visualization in real time, which is required in an interactive graphics, mainly in computer games. A fast rendering is required here; the image should be displayed instantly, so a lot in the scene is calculated in advance and stored in it in the form of separate data. These include textures that define the appearance of the objects and lighting. The programs used for online rendering, use mainly the resources of graphics card and the computer’s operative memory (RAM), and to a lesser extent – of the processor.
For background scenes, more complex visually, as well as where the speed issue is not so relevant, when quality of rendering is more important, used other methods and programs for visualization. In this case, used all the power of multi-core processors, high-resolution settings of textures and calculations of lighting. Often used post-processing of render that allows to receive a high degree of photorealism or desired artistic effect.
Methods for rendering the scene
Selected method of receiving the image depends on the particular task and often on personal preferences and experience of the visualizer. New systems of background rendering, highly specialized or universal ones, are developed. Today, the basis of the most widespread software-renders is three computational methods:
• Scanline – a method in which the image is created not by calculations of individual dots-pixels, but the entire layers-polygons and large surface areas. Textures, defining the properties of objects, as well as the light in the scene, are fixated in the form of constant data. The resulting image often does not reflect the perspective illumination changes, depth of field, and so on. This method is often used in systems to render scenes in games and video production.
• Raytracing – scene’s physics is calculated based on rays, emanating from the lens of a virtual camera and analysis of the interaction of each ray with the objects with which it meets in the scene. Depending on the quantity and quality of “bounces”, simulates the reflection or refraction of light, its color, saturation and so on. The received quality of image compared to prasterization is much higher, but for its realism, it is necessary to pay with increased consumption of resources.
• Radiosity – each dot, each pixel of the image is endowed with color, which is independent from the camera. It is influenced by global and local sources of light and environment. This method allows to calculate the appearance on the surface of the model of color and light reflections from adjacent objects. Practice shows that the most advanced and popular systems of background rendering use a combination of all or basic methods. This allows to receive the maximum photo-realism and accuracy of reflection of physical processes in a given scene.
Post processing of the render
For specific task, it is logical to apply special visualization techniques. The architecture requires for other means of visualization than the creation of technical illustrations. Render of the exterior, for example, often requires from the illustrator knowing of graphics packages for work with raster images, the most popular of which is Adobe Photoshop. And not always to enhance the photorealism. Current trends in the architectural work include imitation of hand-made graphics, watercolors, gouaches, drawings in ink and so on.
Render and performance of the system
Performing of quality visualization depends not only on the software. The result is affected by the power of used machinery. Especially this factor affects the speed – sometimes a complex scene is rendered a few days, if the computer does not have enough RAM or processor is of low productivity.
Today it is possible to use the power of remote computer clusters that provide services for the batch processing of 3D files. These are high-performance systems, which capable in a short time to visualize the most complex and intense scenes. They’ll cope with any visual effects even while creating video files of long duration.
At the disposal of these companies can be up to several thousands of processors and hundreds of terabytes of RAM. Render farm calculates the cost of work based on the volume of the source file and the time for performance of visualization.
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The main objective of architectural visualization is to show the appearance of the object to designer or to architect.
It helps to identify the need for changes to the project before the start working on its construction. Client requires 3D visualization to see how his house or apartment will look like after the construction or renovation.
Architectural Visualization is a three-dimensional modeling of objects of architectural design or interior using computer graphics. Modern software allows showing a simulated object from any distance and any angle.
The expenses for rendering are always justified, especially for complex and large-scale projects. Re-do can cost much greater amount. Using modern technologies helps to avoid disappointment and unnecessary expenditures. The visualization shows the result needed for a preliminary assessment at the stage when you yet can fix anything.
Architectural visualization allows seeing and analyzing the various options for the use of materials, choosing colors. Selecting the illumination angle makes the image as realistic as possible.
3D visualization is indispensable at exhibitions and competitions for the quality submission of the project.
Three-dimensional graphics is more informative and clearer than any drawing or layout. It allows seeing the interior from any angle or future construction, organically put in the surrounding environment.
Visualization is used not only for engineering and architectural purposes, but also for the commercial ones. Photo realistic images that are demonstrated to potential investors have a positive effect on the impression of the object in a whole. If the technical pictures would be modified creatively, elements of everyday life added, the composition would be thought-through, it will all enhance the effect even greater.
WHY DO YOU WANT IT?
A large ratio of the products promoted on websites and television nowadays are shaped with 3D visualization.
This number has been rising gradually over modern years chiefly because of progressions in interpretation of technologies such as Chaos Group’s V-Ray and Luxion’s Keyshot. These improvements have made it potential for 3D entertainers to rapidly generate photo realistic versions that match the superiority of averaging without the annoyance of establishing complex and lavish photo shoots.
3D visualization permits for the formation of content with full mechanism over every feature of the image right down to the reflections or surface of a material.
The technology benefits to generate visuals that may either be unbearable to create or too expensive to create with photography.
3D visualization facilities are not restricted to the purchaser product industry. Many other industries can also advantage from these services—automotive, architectural, medicinal, and pharmaceutical, fashion, and others. If visual content in any dimension is required, 3D imagining facilities may be the flawless solution.
Virtual reality is a type of 3D visualization that is used in planetary flight emulators as well as games and entertainment.
Wearing spectacles, the 3D impression originates from being occupied in a 360-degree atmosphere.
The understanding is upgraded by collaborating with physical wheels, buttons, dials and pedals.
3D still pictures time back to the 16th century when “binocular” descriptions were observed cross-eyed. In the 1800s, stereoscopic spectators were developed. Today, 3D stills are formed with a 3D camera or a 3D lens on a regular camera.
The first feature film in 3D dates back to 1922 when “The Power of Love” debuted in Los Angeles.
By means of the anaglyph color technique, the spectators wore paper glasses with red and green lenses.
Today, movie projectors differentiate the left image onto the screen contrarily from the right image, and the viewers wearinsubstantial, polarized glasses that filter each image to the correct eye.
3D on Computers and TVs
In the late 2000s, 3D rear-projection TVs were presented that irregularity left and right stereo images, demanding the watcher to attire liquid crystal secure glasses synchronized with the TV.
Eagerly welcomed by gaming enthusiasts, shutter glasses were part of NVIDIA 3D graphics technology and they were ultimately engaged in all categories of 3D TVs, counting front projection, plasma, LCD/LED and OLED.
Vrender 3D visualization company offers services for the creation of 3D visualization of any object. The work can be performed based on sketches and drawings of the customer.
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Rendering – more and more we encounter this new and not quite clear word. Games, programs and professions (not within a long time) – everywhere we meet this. So what is rendering?
What is rendering?
In the broad sense of the word, rendering is the term from computer graphics, which indicates the process of visualization, imaging, or creation of models with the help of a computer 3D programs. However, the definition of renderings context may include very different things. For example, when somebody hires you, your employer may mean the skills of 3D graphics creation, while it is only the last stage of it.
Who is responsible for rendering?
The most common profession requires you to possess rendering knowledge is 3D designer. A specialist of this kind can create everything beginning from basic models (such as banner) ending with computer games.
And, of course, 3D designer does not only render, but do all previous stages of creating of 3D graphics, namely: modeling, texturing, lighting, animation, and only then – visualization.
However, 3D designer does not work with mathematical and physical formulas, describing their on a level of programming languages. All this compiling programs do for him (3DS Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, Zbrush, Blender, Vray etc.) taking this from already written libraries of physical properties (ODE, Newton, PhysX, Bullet and so on).
So for the manipulation with such quantity and quality of graphic scenes, there will be not enough having a desktop computer. To render the processes, not only programs are made, but the services, such as a “render farm”. And it’s worth noting that this pleasure is not cheap. Despite low prices of rendering, the rendering farm’s price is quite impressive.
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Increasing numbers of architects, interior designers and real estate developers are solving traditional problems by applying the latest 3-D presentation technology such as architectural renderings and 3-D digital drawingsto their needs, that enables prospective clients, investors and buyers to visualize any architectural design and clearly envision what the building exterior or the interior space will look like.
If you need to convince key decision makers, 3D visualization & fly-through animation will make the most significant impact and difference. There are many amazing advantages to rendering your architectural design in 3D.
Architectural renderingallows you and your partners to visualize conceptualized structure way before it’s built, making design and decorating choices extremely easier and more natural. We know that a picture costs a thousand words, however not every picture can successfully compete in today’s visual communication environment and win your new client or design competition.
When you spend your marketing budget you need to think twice and remember that the beauty of your project is in the details, and every tiny detail plays it’s crucial role in selling your idea or property. If marketing rendering is cheap and looks traditionally hand drawn, chances are the result will be completely opposite to what you wanted your pre-sale marketing to be. Don’t gamble with a future of your project, make sure you present your creation in the best possible way.
Architectural rendering has to be very attractive, consist of accurate details, realistic finishes, professional landscaping and background, as well as lighting and shadows. If 3-D rendering that you about to order looks exactly like professional architectural photograph, then it’s a clear sign that you on the right track. Only photo-realistic 3-D rendering can fully guarantee that you will eliminate all flows of your design idea. Besides great design study that mostly helping you and your architect during planning stages, architectural renderings and other 3-D visualization solutions allow to obtain most outstanding marketing tools for your pre-sale campaign.
Rendering services when ideas come true and become alive. Parade of words isn’t become surprise for people in our modern and dynamic world.
It is very difficult to find a person, who buys a product or service by one’s lovely description. 3D visualization is the most effective way to demonstrate the product so, as it looks in our real world.
Rendering services are made commercially a real revolution in the market becoming one of the key developments persuading customers to an order. Absolutely every object can be better presented from the marketing perspective with the help of it. A qualitative three-dimensional model of creation of a product for Internet store allows potential purchasers to examine it on all sides, and to change its color scheme with a single click.
3D rendering – we save money at creation of presentation materials.
It is succeed in eviction copy creation of a real existed or non-existed object in the form of three-dimensional model by virtue of the given technology. This technique is very popular in situations when photography in virtue of some or other circumstances is hampered or impossible. More importantly, there are times when it is much cheaper for a client to order computational model than to search for a professional photographer and pay his costly service. 3D rendering is needed for in-depth development of every small detail. It is important to take into account the whole physics of lens and cameras during literate installation of studio lightning in order to get the highest results. Even the choice of camera angle plays a major role in rendering of objects or things.
Nowadays 3D visualization is one of the most demanded services among architects, landscapers and manufacturing industry representatives. It allows converting a meager style of engineering drawing into its graphic prototype of a ready-made product. For example, a designer can always demonstrate his construction idea to a client absolutely so, as it will look in reality. Computer rendering isn’t minimum useful for people, who are involved in advertising activities. Real-world model creation is the only opportunity to present a new product to deal with future clients even before the stage of its production. 3D rendering is also used during developing of new models of jewelry, souvenir gifts, children’s toys and many others. Experience has proven that rendering service becomes more popular day by day. However, it is necessary to entrust it only to professionals if you wish to have a real benefit.
Sustained quality, observance of time, systemic approach.
Working on a project architects confront a question: «In what way they can profitably present it to a customer?».
Drawings, sketches or planning documentation are everything that usually helps architects to work comfortably and easily aren’t good enough for customers, because they are very far from cobwebs of architect’s work.
The most profitable and intelligible way to present the project is 3D rendering that helps architects:
to free time for creative work;
to bolster your profit margins;
to guarantee competitive position.
Call us or write on firstname.lastname@example.org, in order to book the rendering of your project and to know all details about all work advantages with our architectural visualization studio and about different variants of effective architectural objects presentation.
Robert Brice (a founder of the “AECIS Interiors” studio) tells about experience of cooperation with our studio:
Benefits of using qualitative architectural rendering
An opportunity to demonstrate a photorealistic image of a project and make a simpler way of coordination. Sometimes it is very difficult to explain to a customer the concept of the project.
It is very difficult to do it orally, but many transitional stages, such as the first sketches or conceptual drawings with a pencil can be sufficient for you may not be intelligent to a customer, so all coordination work and explanations will drag out a business.
The project of reconstruction: current situation and the first sketches (You think a customer will understand the idea? Fat chance).
An ideal decision for a customer will be to see a three-dimensional image of his own object.
Renovation project rendering, so the customer understand an architectural concept and the project will be concurred and proved:
Furthermore, a customer has business partners, colleagues, friends and a family whom he wishes to consult with in order to determine conclusively. But for them it is too difficult to puzzle out project documentation and to understand architectural and planning concepts. Even more reason is that a client and not you will present the project. Here again rendering will be a finished, nice and intelligible picture, so it is a good way to form a favorable opinion about the project among people whom a client accustomed to advice. Very often, he put a rendering of his future house or shop on the table or demonstrates it on IPhone.
And in the case of objects presentation at public hearings or before different planning commissions rendering is practically the only way of demonstration.
A possibility to convince a client of the need to order a project
Is your customer thinking, hesitating of the need of a project or his manager of the work can build everything himself?
The main fact is to «give a kick» to a customer and motivate him to order the complete outfit of the project documentation, spending minimum amount of time and money. Rendering is the best way to solve such a problem, because it is enough to use only several sketches and reference images for creation of a nice marketing picture.
A reference image and alternate layout (for an experienced architect it is a simple, quick and a solvable problem):
Consequently, you can demonstrate the image of a client’s future stairs even before the stage of initial design, finally convince him at your professional manner, and show the necessity of further cooperation.
Rendering – the project is well designed and finished
A possibility to get an additional income
Rendering for an architect is cheaper than for an end customer.
During rendering takes place, with a cooperation of both architect and visualizer, corrections are proposed, angles are approved, and technical assignment is coordinated. Rather than anywhere else at this cooperation an additional value of a rendering is born. Another way of putting it is that rendering that has been ordered at our studio is selling to the end customer at a higher price.
All the more reason is that by means of a qualitative rendering worth of the project is rising at customer’s eyes.
A possibility to save some time for a creative work and greenfield-projects
Once in a way an architect have to follow all customers’ tough requirements. So, practically all architects have kitschy projects – they are simple and banal architecturally, but nevertheless very attractive for a client.
Such a routine for perfect architects is very burdensome, but all the same moneymaker especially if the question is about facade stylization of already-existing objects.
Specified planning documentation, drawings or detailed sketches aren’t needed to be used.
Rendering helps to solve such a problem: you describe the concept of the project and prepare schematic sketches (of course, a client doesn’t need them, but they are enough for beginning of the rendering work). In a similar fashion, it is possible to visualize only facades apart from foreground images that in some cases allow stepping away from drawings and save your time and money.
Additional confidence that in the course of projection and material selection were not refused admittance.
Rendering reproduces a play of light and shadow that cannot be represented in any other way. Many materials change their color and reflective power depending on optic angle and lightning, so that this property is taking into account during materials selection.
Also rendering allows watch different variants of color layout and to choose the best one.
Rendering is a sort of control examination of the whole project. To integrate all possible amendments is cheaper at the design stage than in the process of construction.
A project that has been already designed and visualized can be incased in portfolio and demonstrated to new customers without waiting the end of construction.
Object construction is delayed very often or even doesn’t begin sometimes. Nevertheless, the project is finished and examined in detailed, so that a wish appeared to show it to new customers, colleagues or put up for tender.
And since our rendering has been taken for a photograph, you can easily replace the photo of a completed object. It will speed up architect’s portfolio replenishment and spend the minimum of time between project finish and its beginning, so it brings the glory to an architect and his studio.
Competitive position before other architects, because they don’t have a good rendering.
Unfortunately, for us (visualizers) and fortunately for you (architects), not many architects consider a qualitative 3D visualization as a necessity.
• prefer to refuse from rendering at all forgetting about its demonstrativeness for a customer;
• economize greatly on rendering without paying attention at its quality and doing everything only just to check the box, because «everybody do the same».
Such approach is appropriated only for some architectural circles. But if to take into consideration business engineering, architecture or design, projects sales will be topside. Project success depends on their visual appeal that is exactly reproduced by rendering.
Graphic tablets with our works, executed for Architectural and design workshops “Allegro” and “White square”:
An opportunity to give new release of life to old competitive or unrealized projects.
Surely, every architect has several old, unrealized, but all the same compelling projects. Such projects you wish to use in portfolio or demonstrate to new potential clients but it can’t be done because of their obsolete form of presentation (a wash drawing, axonometric drawings or a simple model of “ArchiCAD”).
Rendering gives new release of life to projects like that and they will work for you a great while, attracting more clients.
“Rendering” – we meet this new and quite intelligible word with even increasing frequency. Games, programs and professions – we have met them everywhere recently. So, what is rendering?
As of today, computer graphics technologies, particularly 3D visualization, are becoming more and more popular. You can study in detail the object’s model with the help of 3D modeling, visualization, and prototyping, to make the necessary changes, to evaluate the ergonomics and functionality, to change the design of a product, to create photo-realistic images, and much more.
In the broad sense of the word, “Rendering” is a term of computer graphics, which denotes the process of visualization or model imaging with the aid of software. For example, when somebody employs you, this person understands this term as your professional skills in creating 3D graphics, when it is only the last stage of it.
The use of 3D rendering
3D rendering is most often used for demonstration at various exhibitions, presentations, and conferences. 3D rendering allows seeing the original design idea, the future project, or any not yet existing objects or already existing but invisible to us. It allows demonstrating the trends of different goods – from food and its packaging ending with new models of equipment.
3D rendering is also used:
• in printed promotional ads,
• in the creation of videos,
• in architecture,
• in industry,
• at scientific or training projects,
• in online stores,
• during the design of the interiors and exteriors, and so forth.
Stages of 3D rendering
The 3D rendering technology is closely related to three-dimensional modeling because the image will be built in three-dimensional space based on the 3D model. If not to use the 3D model of the product and the programs for 3D rendering but simply to create an image of the product using image editors it will be the usual two-dimensional visualization.
Imaging process is done in several stages:
• the creation of a 3D model of the object,
• the creation of scene of the environment around the object,
• setting the proper lighting,
• camera setup, selection of successful angle,
• adjustment of effects,
• 3D rendering.
Rendering is one of the imaging steps. Rendering allows receiving the final image of a three-dimensional model in a ‘flat’ version. Depending on the complexity of the object and the desired quality of the obtained images, rendering may take a few minutes or dozens of hours. The power of the computer also affects the speed – rendering may be quite a long process, even for a few days, at the old and the weak PC.
Who is engaged in rendering?
The most widespread profession, which requires the knowledge of «rendering», is a 3D designer. The specialist in this area can create everything from elementary banner to computer games models. And sure, enough 3D designer works not only with rendering but with all previous stages of 3D graphics creation as modeling, texturization, lighting, animation and then the stage of visualization is started.
However, 3D designer doesn’t work with mathematical and physical formulae, describing them with the help of a programming language.
Everything will be done by compiling programs (like “3D Max”, “Maya”, “Cinema 4D”, “Zbrush”, “Blender”, etc.) and physical aspects of libraries which have been written (“ODE”, “Newton”, “PhysX”, “Bullet” and so on).
Most Popular Software for 3D rendering (3D visualization) :
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