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3D Architectural Visualization: Making the impossible, possible!

Math classrooms were the first place where the idea of 3D images came into light. Remember those improper lines and crooked figures that came as we geared our pencils, attempting a 3D image for the first time? We felt so sick and annoyed when someone really knew the trick of drawing a 3D figure connecting the appropriate corners. Since then these 3D images never took a retirement.

Shapes are so important because a pictorial representation can explain things better. Ok, now we have come of age, and all of us clearly know how to sketch a proper cube or a cuboid, but what if I ask you to draw a house, you will still be happy until you figure out that I am expecting it in 3D visualization. A complex 2D makes its 3D version even more complicated, and as the complexity increases, you need specialized knowledge to execute the expected result.

3D Architectural Visualization:

Visualization is the technique of creating images and diagrams to communicate ideas. 3D visualization is the same, but it adds a feeling of reality to the image. Before the arrival of computers, 3D visualizations were hand drawn. But now architectural visualizations are all e-babies. They are easily generation through Artificial Intelligence. The AI works on preset commands and condition enabling them to generate results in no time. With the arrival of technology, the 3D visualizations have become flawless and cost-effective. But even now there are a lot of architects who prefer working with hands

Advancements in Architectural Visualisation:

The idea of 3D computer graphics is a step ahead of these architectural drawings. From papers, these images are transported to computers, and when they can dance in front of you, the new electronically generated 3D graphical visualizations came into effect. Now technology has gone to an extent where artificial simulations are created to help professionals of various disciplines understand the crux of working in real life circumstances. The best example of this is, pilots who are being trained in 3D simulations to tackle various hindrances that they might face while traveling up in the air. These 3D technologies are also used in Science, educational institutions, IT parks, manufacturing concerns and of course media. Science is also giving you the space for real-time conversion of 2D into 3d images. The idea of motion capture that is used in military, entertainment and sports fields takes 3D architectural virtualisation to yet another level. These inventions help us see even the impossible and the unpredictable.

Technology can never get better!

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