3D architectural visualization is a graphical representation of an object that allows estimating the future construction. It is possible to present the external features of the planned construction by the demonstration of a project from different angles in photo-realistic graphics.

Architectural visualization is a technique to create images that will accurately reflect the planned construction in the background of the surrounding area before the start of construction. It is used today almost by all architects, as a means to live and vivid demonstration of the project proposed by the customer.

The aim of 3D architectural visualization is an effective advertising of an object, which provides it fame and trust. This method ensures the creation of an image of the advertised project, as well as the formation of the necessary conditions around it.

The process of creating three-dimensional architectural visualization is more complex than just the usual static architectural drawing. The quality of a video depends on the elaboration of every detail and the correct storyboard of a video.Thus, three-dimensional imaging is an excellent marketing tool. A bright three-dimensional presentation of a residential complex or a shopping center will be a significant argument in favor of the success of the plan and will attract new investments.

It is much easier to receive the approval of investors when there are realistic pictures of the future object in front of them, not just your promises. Visualization allows making the idea tangible and, therefore, more convincing than words. With such a support, nothing is impossible for you: just show the customer the interior of a house in the moonlight, or let him “walk” in the yard of a residential complex.

Visualization of architecture facilities is performed in two types of the graphic image, different from each other by the method of performance: manually and by means of computer capabilities. The first option will allow creating an image according to the rules of descriptive geometry. In the second option, the artist uses a 3D professional programs. In any case, the result of work gives the most realistic photographic image of the future areas, enabling the possibility of cost evaluation and selection of the final version, corresponding to the client’s financial capabilities.

Before you begin designing models of three-dimensional format, architects need to be provided with drawings of floors, facades, relief (roads, trees, landscapes) in order to make studio of 3D imaging evaluate and calculate the exact cost of the work. Presenting the object from the most profitable angle, 3D architectural visualization is an effective tool for product’s promotion and it helps to attract investors.

The 3D Architectural Visualization is used:

•    in the creation of videos,
•    in presentations of architectural object,
•    during the creation of a virtual tour,
•    on sites of construction companies.

Using photo-realistic images, you can see how the externally even non-existent building will look like. Therefore, 3D visualization of architectural projects is a powerful tool for building companies. It is easily perceived by both a consumer and a client. The photo-realistic image allows acquaintance with the appearance of an external outlook of future buildings. Due to this, it is possible to see all the flaws of the project immediately, as well as compliance of an architectural concept of all objects in the vicinity.

Three-dimensional architectural visualization is ordered by not only architects and architectural companies, but also by designers to demonstrate interior, furniture, etc.
It gives the opportunity for advertising agencies and construction companies to compete on the market. In addition, the use of 3D technology is also common among individuals who want to make repairs to the exterior of the house.

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Vrender rendering company servicesAmong the myriad of applications for smartphones and tablets, there are those that are particularly popular among architects and designers. We have prepared a list of 10 most popular applications, which will be useful in the design of various objects by both professionals and amateurs.


PadCAD is destined for designing small and insignificant objects and for their reconstruction. It allows creating clear and comprehensive drawings from the scratch while maintaining the ability to export them to the professional CAD application desktops. This app is ideal for the design “on the go.” PadCAD creators believe that their brainchild “is most convenient to use for the general contractors, small architectural firms, and appraisers.”

The demo version can be downloaded free of charge; the official version costs $14.99 for iOS and free for Android.

AutoDesk FormIt

AutoDesk FormIt
AutoDesk FormIt app has been developed inside of Autodesk Revit software package. It allows the use of real, objective information. It helps in creating a sketch at the early design stage and in subsequent data processing in real time. AutoDesk FormIt is intended for continuous building information modeling (BIM), supported in Revit (by synchronizing projects in the cloud). Simple, convenient, and free!

The app can be downloaded for free for iOS and Android.

Sketchup Mobile Viewer

Sketchup Mobile Viewer
In early 2014, it was announced that the next generation of the most convenient and easy to use program for the design SketchUp by Trimble would be included in a single system of building information modeling (BIM). SketchUp Mobile Viewer was released specially for lovers of applications in this year’s April, provides access to work on files anywhere. In addition, users have full access to view and download every file from 3D Shop. The famous in architectural circles program can now be on your smartphone.

The app is available for $9.99 for iOS. The Android version is currently under development.

iRhino 3D / Droid Rhino

iRhino 3D Droid Rhino
This application has been developed by different developers (official Rhino partners) but is used for creating and viewing 3D models created in Rhino3D using a smartphone or tablet. Both devices are equipped with the tools to move the camera, zoom and rotate various 3D models. They also can be shared with your friends via the Internet in the application itself.

The app is available for $3.99 for iOS and $2.99 for Android.

 AutoCAD 360

AutoCAD 360

AutoCAD application that allows creating 2D and 3D drawings may seem too difficult at first glance, but it is not true. This program works on iOS and Android platforms. It allows the creation of three-dimensional models of apartments easily and to plan space with millimeter precision. AutoCAD also supports the zoom function and panorama of all drawings. GPS may be used to navigate through drawings. With the help of the application, you can add text annotations to all drawing and to move objects in space. The application is fairly easy to learn, it is constantly updated. And most importantly, it is free.

Official AutoCAD application is available for IOS version, updated not too long ago. It is based on the main large capacities of the previous version. This app allows viewing and editing 2D or 3D drawings and a subscription to AutoCAD 360, which, however, can be quite expensive, allows direct manipulation with files using a variety of different devices and platforms. The emergence of the cult program for smartphones helps the architect to engage favorite thing being outside the office.

The demo version of the application can be downloaded free of charge, the official version costs $4.99 for iOS and Android.

Concept Idea Calculator

Concept Idea Calculator

Instant and accurate structural aspects at the early stages of design, as well as the process of research for ideas on the feasibility and appropriateness of the project, may be a very difficult task for the architect. The conceptual pocket calculator uses standard parameters of the span to depth ratio for standard steel, concrete, and wood elements, gives users an overview of the size, which may be required for constructive solutions. The app includes photos of various projects, enabling users to view how materials will look like in the final form.

The app can be downloaded for free for iOS. The Android version is currently under development.

Sun Seeker

This app shows where the sun is, and which way it is doing in the sky every day. The data is available for the current day and for any other day of the year for any point of the globe. The program has two main modes: flat compass and works through the iPhone’s camera with the ability to overlay data on the actual image. Sun Seeker app is extremely useful for architects literally at all stages of the design.

iOS app is available for $6.99

Morpholio Trace

Morpholio Trace
This application allows users to create sketches on top of imported images, to add comments and to share ideas underlying in the intelligent sketches. Morpholio Trace is one of the most beloved and popular applications for sketching and creation of free sketches. This is a very important and necessary application because not always pencil and paper are at hand. This product serves you as an alternative to conventional means of architect’s assistance.

iOS app can be downloaded free of charge.

 Archisketch (last Archipad)


Archisketch application has been designed to ease the process of digital painting and drawing, which allows to not only import drawings and create thumbnails on top of them but also to work in a certain scale. Latest updates have brought in the work of the application more complex levels of functioning, which still serve the purpose of increasing the accuracy. Archisketch is an important program for professionals in the business, fully integrating capabilities of sketching and real design.

iOS version of the app can be downloaded free of charge.

Arrette Scale / Arrette Sketch

Arrette Scale
The application allows users to rate each other’s work, to share ideas and sketches. Arrette Scale and Sketch allows making additional design changes on the scale without the need for printing of entire piles of paper documentation. Such features as layer blending of images and importing the basic samples from the original IOS applications (for example, maps and photographs) raises the application to a very high, up-to-date unprecedented level of functionality. It deserves the first place!

Smart Tools

Smart Tools

Smart Tools program is a set of tools that can be useful in the repair. These are tools for measuring angles, the height of the object – 15 types of such tools. With the help of Android smartphone, you can measure the distance from one point to another, or the angle between the ceiling and the wall. The app uses the camera for the measurement and provides the most accurate result. For example, it is possible to measure the angle of an object of any shape. Smart Tools also allows you to determine the level of noise and vibration. The app is free, and it is fairly easy to download.

Master Design

Master Design

Master Design application for the interior is hardly suitable for professional architects. However, if you want to do simple repairs in the apartment, it may be useful to you. The program helps to create the layout of an apartment or a country house taking into account the real dimensions, and to arrange the furniture. The app collects quite a lot of photos of different models of furniture for any room. Master Design allows creating a plan and making the visualization of your future apartment.

The app allows creating and moving images and analyzing the arrangement of furniture. Three-dimensional graphics allows looking at the room from the top, turn on various degrees to achieve maximum actuality. This free of charge application is available on Android devices.

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Rendering Resolution Images

Vrender rendering company servicesRendering High Resolution Images In 3ds Max

Paper Size                   DPI         Image Size (WxH)

A4 – 297x210mm     300dpi     3507 x 2480 (standard)
A3 – 420x297mm      300dpi       4960 x 3507 (hi-res)
A2 – 594x420mm      300dpi       7013 x 4960 (ultra)
A1 – 841x594mm      300dpi       9933  x 7015
A0 – 1189x841mm    300dpi       14043 x 9933


3D Rendering Image Resolution Examples

1. Ultra High Resolution Image 4000 x 1100 px (image compressed and optimized for web)

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2. High Resolution Image 2500 x 1400 px

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3. Low Resolution Image 900 x 500 px

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Generally, render out at 2000×1500 px. this is pretty good for most sizes.

This is quoted from Jeff Mottle in a previous post –

Basically, when you are printing/rendering an image you have three variables to consider:

1. DPI/PPI (Dots per Inch/Pixels per Inch) Both are the same thing and are also known as resolution.

2. Pixel size – measured in pixels (this is normally what you render to how monitors are measured).

3. Print size – measured in inches (can be anything but I’ll use inches for convenience)


First, you need to know what resolution your printer can handle. Some will say that they go to 1200 dpi or 600 dpi, but in practice, you should never need to go bigger than 300 dpi, even if you are printing a 60 ft wide billboard. Just like the digital camera’s non-optical zoom abilities, printers use DPI to claim superiority in the industry.

DPI is the number of dots of ink that are put down by your printer onto a page over a one-inch line. The amount of resolution that a printer can archive is based upon how close together the print head elements or jets are positioned. Of course it is a bit different with a 4 color press, but for now I’ll just leave it at that. You may also notice that your inkjet will say that the vertical resolution will is different than the horizontal resolution. This is because in one axis the printer is relying on the proximity of the jets to each other, whereas the other direction is related to the sensitivity of the rollers that are feeding the paper across the jets.

2. Pixel Size

I’m assuming that everyone is pretty familiar with pixel size as we deal with is on a daily basis. However, don’t assume that your print house will be, because in many cases they are not. You will usually need to give them an image size in inches based upon the resolution that their printer is capable of. Don’t try to explain it to them because they just won’t get it.

Pixels are something that your monitor uses to describe the very small square dots (pixels) of light that are lit up by the guns of your CRT. (LCDs are different) Typically we say that a monitor is 72dpi.
A pixel translated to a page is usually represented by many dots of ink depending upon the print resolution.

3. Print Size

This one is pretty self-explanatory and is the image size on the page that your printer printed.

So you know what each one is but how do they relate to one another? As I mentioned earlier there are thee variables in this equation. To get one you must have the other two, so here are the possibilities:

For these examples let’s assume that our printer is capable of 300dpi I am going to print an 8 x 10 image and my rendered pixel size is 3000 x 2400

You have Pixel Size and DPI and want image size:

This is useful when you want to know how big an image will print on your page if you do not allow the printer to scale the image at print time. (ie scale to fit).


Image Width = Pixel Width / DPI

Image Width = 3000 pixels / 300DPI

Image Width = 10 Inches

Image Height = Pixel Height / DPI

Image Height = 2400 pixel / 300 DPI

Image Height = 8 Inches

You have Pixel Size and Inches and want DPI

This one is not all that useful and I can’t think of any reason to use it practically but here is it anyway.

Horizontal DPI = Pixel Size (Width) / Inches (Width)

Horz. DPI = 3000 pixels /10 inches

Horz. DPI = 300DPI

You can use the same equation for the Vertical DPI as well. Some printer are the same resolution in both axes.

You have Inches and DPI need pixels

This one is useful when you know that your printer can print 300dpi and you would like to print an image that is 8 x 10 and need to know how big to render your final image to do this. Of course, you could always render it bigger, but rendering time is precious so you never want to render more pixels than you have to.


Pixel Width = DPI x inches (Width)

Pixel Width = 300 DPI x 10 inches

Pixel Width = 3000 pixel wide

Again the same formula can be used for pixel Height as well.

So now you know what each variable is and how they relate to one another. The biggest hurdle I suspect is how they relate to one another visually, but that will have to wait for my PDF document.

Hopefully this helps some of you and does not confuse you even more. Even if you do not fully understand the why yet, you will at least have the formulas so you are know-how.



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3d Animation video resolution

3D Animation video resolution standards:

858 x 480 (480p) –  Standard definition, DVD quality.

1280 x 720 (720p) (HD) (Some HDTVs) – Higher definition, great for projectors or laptop screes.

1920 x 1080 (1080p) (HD)  (Blu-Ray Players, HDTV)  High definition, BlueRay quality.

3860 x 2160 (2160p) (Ultra-HD)  (4K Players / Televisions) –  4K Ultra high definition

3D Animation video file format – AVI, MOV


HD Resolution 3D Animation Example





Visualization of exteriors: the working process

Visualization using 3D technologies is a creative process. The result of this work is a unique image that conveys the mood of the author and leaves some impression on the viewers.
Architectural 3D visualization of exteriors is created almost every time before the beginning of the project. It largely facilitates the perception of the building, provides an opportunity to consider in details all the pros and cons, to evaluate all the architectural delights and surroundings terrain. Instead of tedious and boring drawings, accurate calculations, graphs and tables, the viewer sees an accurate 3D model of the object that is easily percepted.

Visualization of exteriors

However, in order to create this model, it is necessary to pass certain working stages. Let’s try to understand what the steps precede this ultimate goal – the creation of a 3D model of the exterior and let’s understand, whether it is easy or not.
So, first of all, each project requires an individual approach. In the preparation stage, analysis and planning are necessary. By breaking down a whole into simple components, it is much easier to perform the project to meet the set deadlines and a certain budget.

The main programs using which 3D images for architectural 3D visualization are created

Today 3d Studio Max software is especially popular, which offers users wide opportunities and plenty of options for high-quality and high-grade graphics. This professional software package is ideal for creating high-quality animation and three-dimensional modeling, in particular, 3D visualization of houses, buildings, facades etc. The program offers plenty of options, giving the maximum capacity.

renderig of exterior

Another program for architectural visualization and design is ArchiCAD. It is simple in usability and functionality. You can use it to implement a variety of technologies. A unique feature of this program is that it can prepare required documentation, while the architect is developing a 3D visualization of the exterior.

In addition to programs, actively used various modules and plug-ins for 3D visualization of premises, houses, buildings, facades and exteriors in general:
V-Ray is a rendering system and is used to create lightweight versions of objects.skyscraper rendering

By using such programs, a three-dimensional scene is created, after which you can proceed to architectural visualization itself. Time frames of exterior’s rendering process can range from a few hours per frame to several weeks, depending on the project, experience and software used. Another important point is the power of computer. More powerful it is – the quicker and better the process is.

So each project requires an individual approach. In the preparation step, it is necessary to analyze and plan. By breaking it down into simple components, it is much easier to carry out the project, to meet the set deadlines and to fit into a certain budget.

Main stages:

1. Development of technical specification. At this stage occurs the preparation of all necessary drawings, charts and other documents, which are full of numbers and calculations. The main task is to make accurate calculations of architecture that can be implemented in the project.

2. The calculation of cost of the future project is prepared. Here are made rough estimates for construction materials and labor. This step is necessary in order to understand if to apply 3D imaging of exterior or not.

3. Creation of a basic model of the future facility. Selection of a program to work, all the calculations are converted to graphics, initial sketches are made.
4. Creation of exterior of the desired object. The future object is fully created that you can see in 3D.

5. Addition of the finishing touches. Engagement in the development of interactive features, enhancement of image quality, addition of convenience features and options.

Thus, we can say that the process of creation of 3D-models of exterior’s visualization is quite complicated and requires specific efforts, experience and professionalism.
The final stage of visualization and buildings’ 3D exterior design can become its completion in Photoshop using various additional plug-ins, to give it a more realistic and lively outlook.

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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?

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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.

what is 3d graphics  responsible for rendering

3d graphics service  attractive visualization

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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Site plan rendering is very useful in architectural presentations of real estate clients. We provide 3D site plans that will help you from the planning stage to obtaining the right permissions from zoning boards and pitching your architecture project to an audience.

Vrender design solutions incorporate a very realistic rendering of your site plan.

When real estate clients approach us for site plan rendering services, we provide:

  • Site plans in rich water colour texture.
  • Digital site plans.
  • Elaborate 3D interiors
  • Floor plans rendered in a furnished style, plain colors, or in black and white block style.

As a company, we are conscious of the quality of services that we offer our patrons. Each of our project is handled by a dedicated team of professionals who are focused on developing innovative, creative and visually appealing site plan rendering.

Our personnel are highly trained in the use of cutting edge technological resources to achieve the best results for our patrons. They are also well versed with current industry norms and standards and execute the site plan rendering along those lines.

What is 3D Visualization

In a competitive business environment, it is imperative to stay a step ahead of the competition. Clients who trust us with their requirements have the following advantages:

  • Specific areas of the site plan can be extracted from the master plan for promotional materials
  • Projects have a quick turnaround time and we usually get it right with the very first draft
  • Once the site design is complete, new sections can be easily incorporated in the plan
  • Our modern methods allow the site plan to be edited and updated without recreating the full site image


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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 [email protected], 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:


architecture reconstrationarchitectural drawing

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):


stairs drawing

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.


stairs renderingstairs visualization

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.

Some architects:

• 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.


3d panorama

Creating 360 3D Panorama, 3d Animation and Virtual Tours.

3D panorama is a modern imaging tool that is one step ahead when compared with an actual photographic picture. One of its distinct feature is its spherical panorama ability which makes it possible to rotate an image from left to right or even bring a picture nearer and at the same time dispose it far ahead.

In addition to the above, 3D panorama has an observation angle of 360х180 degrees. This makes it possible to use the computer mouse to rotate an image as much as you want without turning your head around.

Other features of 3D panorama are audio or texts maintenance, fixed photographs and video clips, active hyperlinks, screen tips, etc. Constant development and improvement of programming tools for creating 3D panoramas makes them the most popular and powerful means presentation in advertising and other commercial purposes of real estate properties.

You can rotate 3D panorama with the help of a computer mouse (as a rule only pressing or hold down the left button) or using menu buttons if the interface provides it.

Why do we need interactive 360 degrees panoramas?

360 degrees panorama is the most realistic way of exploring buildings such as houses and flats, hotels and restaurants, cafés, concert and conference halls, galleries, museums, magazines, and also open air premises, such as architectural ensembles, landscape design’s compositions, sighting attractions and other places.

In contrast to video and standard photographs, 3D panorama is highly interactive. You can rotate images as you wanting with intermittent stops to examine details of different components, to get extra information, activate or deactivate the sound. The quality of 3D panorama is better than high-resolution video as it gives you an opportunity to approximate and examine the minutest details of an image.

Any site with information in 3d spherical panorama or virtual tour is perceived to be more advanced and inviting to visitors.

The most popular 3D panorama format is flash files whose extension “.swf”. It is very easy to put panoramas with such format on a website, blog or interactive presentation. “.swf” files can be opened separately with the help of a free program Adobe flash player or in your preferred web browser.

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