De ce oamenii folosesc redarea 3D și vizualizarea arhitecturală?
Updated: May 3
The architecture and design of the urban environment involves a multitude of stakeholders: engineers, architects, planners and non-specialists. All of them view the process from different perspectives, with different objectives, needs and desires. Obviously, this has many challenges, but for any architectural project to be a success, a “shared understanding” is needed between all parties involved ... Fortunately, 3D rendering techniques and architectural visualizations can help in this sense.
Using powerful 3D rendering software architects, 3D designers and artists can manipulate designs in real time, quickly switching between concept and concrete and exploring different options, as well as, refining and creating multiple versions of projects. SketchUp, Rhino, VRay, Maxwell, Mental Ray and AutoCAD are just a few of the powerful 3D modeling and rendering software, giving today's design and stunning ability. Moreover, by providing architects and designers with the tools to visualize and immerse themselves in their design, they are able to understand much more clearly both the “qualitative and quantitative nature” of the spaces they design.
So in summary, 3D rendering and architectural visualization can help architects and designers work collaboratively and communicate ideas more effectively. 3D visualization can be used as a marketing tool with clients or for consultations with planners, and at the same time it can be used to improve the way buildings are developed by design teams. Then why doesn't everyone use them?
So is the future of 3D rendering and architectural visualization?
In the future, you will live, work and interact with other people in a virtual space. This means that architects (virtual architects) and architecture should rethink and redesign this new type of virtual world. "