Posted on September 8, 2020
Why Is 3D Visualization Used In Architectural Field?
3D visualization is a general term used in the CAD industry for 3D modeling and visualization services. Visualization generally means the ability to visualize or imagine something even before it's created. 3D visualization is clearly used in the field of architecture. 3D modeling and rendering services are included in 3D visualization.
A technique that gives a building or objects a realistic appearance is called "rendering". The rendering is usually shown in the image after the model has been created. By using 3D modeling and 3D structural visualization of an architect or 3D artist, all elements of a particular building or object can be displayed. There are several views from one building that can be seen from various angles.
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The following can be achieved with the help of 3D visualization
- External representation
- Internal representation
- Product modeling
- Furniture modeling
External appearance refers to the visualization of the exterior of a building or house. Architectural firms or consultants use external images to visualize the buildings that are going to be built. It can be used as an excellent tool to market their services or buildings.
The landscaping and site rendering also add value to the whole package. Together with this photomontage, it's a good idea to visualize a building built against the background of an existing object. Our 3D models and visualization models can be combined with existing objects or nature to see what a building looks like in relation to a particular object.
With this interior view, you can imagine what the interior appearance of a building will look like. Position of furniture, three-dimensional plans, wall and floor colors, textures of materials, lighting fixtures, kitchen utensils, cabinets, etc. can be designed in such a way that the end-user can come up with a clear idea.
It's very affordable and saves you quite a bit of time. We can visualize the entire building at a glance using 3D visualization before the building is finished.