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What is 3D visualisation

What is

3D visualisation

We use 3D CAD software to create digital images that look like photos at low cost.
We work closely with our multi-discipline clients to get every detail correct, converting their ideas into photo realistic images.

Our typical design process is as follows. However, as each project is different, we are highly flexible and will work in a way which best suits your requirements.

We use 3D CAD software to create digital images that look like photos at low cost.
We work closely with our multi-discipline clients to get every detail correct, converting their ideas into photo realistic images.

Our typical design process is as follows. However, as each project is different, we are highly flexible and will work in a way which best suits your requirements.

Our Design Process:

1. Send us your sketches, photographs, CAD files or drawings.
2. Let us know the resolution required and time scales involved.
3. List the materials and scenery details.
4. We send you a low resolution draft and any development modelling and detail changes are made.
5. We then send you the photo realistic images in a format to suit you.

By using 3D visuals you can reduce project time scales  and communicate products, buildings, packaging and interiors digitally.

We can deliver your project images via secure email, DVD or quality printed artwork. For more information, please get in touch.

Types of 3D visualisations that may be useful in the context of an architecture project include:

Placing the proposed structure in situ by creating it within photographs of the existing site. This
helps to give an idea of how the structure will interact with its context, highlighting any potential
concerns at an early stage.

Providing images of how the interior of a finished structure might look complete with furnishings in
order to give a fuller idea of the inside of a building as it will look once put to use.

‘Accurate Visual Representations’, often required by local authorities are much like images that
place the proposed structure in situ, however measurements are taken and data on methodology is
provided in order to ensure accuracy of the imagery.

Animations of architectural projects can really help to bring the structure to life by providing a fly
through view of exterior and interior. This can be a very striking tool which gives the best overview of
the experience of the finished project.