Architecture Digital Rendering Brings a More Realistic Atmosphere
Traditional 2d architectural drawings -which could only be totally understood and appreciated by specialists- are still created for technical reasons. However, for communication purposes with clients and property investors, blueprints have been put aside to the point that they are barely used these days. Today, 3D drawings for architecture is what get clients involved in the new construction.
We, humans, continuously embrace the changes brought by technology and its inventions, which has certainly made a huge leap never seen before in the history of humanity. And to prove this we can use computers as an example, which have become an essential tool for multi-tasking effectively almost in all areas of expertise where professionals do their job. Architecture has not been the exception, and the digital rendering visuals in 3D encompass one of its main representations.
The techniques used in virtual environments –implemented in the cinematographic arena for the first time- have tremendously evolved when it comes to architecture and design arenas in the last years. These are mainly used in the process of 3D animation and digital infography. All this, results in the creation of a more realistic atmosphere for architectural projects, enabling observers and clients to appreciate the features of a construction just as if they were looking at the building in real life.
This makes it clear that computer renderings and 3d floor plans involve a huge leap in the way architecture is developed in contrast with the traditional drawings. Some years ago, it was almost really difficult for several people (customers and buyers) to comprehend the ideas behind a traditional architect drawing, making the client feel little identified with the design, who was subject to see the work when built in order to verify if the construction was really what they wanted.
In other words, the photo realism accomplished these days through a digital rendering or an infography that can subsequently be used in architectural animations, enables observers to see the relationship between projects to be developed and its surrounding spaces in a very didactic and graphical way. Additionally, the client can easily verify that the designs are what they are seeking.