Within today’s day and age, technology is in a constant state of flux, developing to meet the immense demand of the consumer. What we could only dream of yesterday has become an actual reality for today. From virtual reality technology to facial recognition software, technology is as advanced today as it ever has been. This is the most evident within the field of 3D animation.
No, we’re not talking about the movies with talking toys or the video games with fighting robotic cars when we talk about 3D animation. We’re focusing on the computer animation that brings to life the awe-inspiring confines of interior architecture. Within the past few years, many architecture firms have used the technology of 3D animation to showcase and illuminate the insides of their buildings and structures.
Visualizing Of A Project
Have you ever worked on a painting or drawing with a visual cue to base it on? It helps immensely, doesn’t it? This is no different when it comes to the art of architecture and design. Most firms utilize computer generated 3D images to use as a reference point when it comes to design and construction. This minimizes any room for error or screwups, thus resulting in a more efficient process.
A 3D animated image also allows the builders and architects to better understand what is plausible and what is not for an individual project. This provides a better understanding of what a project needs and what it doesn’t when it comes to design, thus reducing wasted time and wasted human resources.
Scope Of A Project
As advanced as 3D animation is, these computer generated images often come with exact measurements for each project’s parameters and each design. This gives the builders and designers a better understanding of the scope of the project they are working on. From depth to height, these computer generated images provide an abundance of crucial information that will result in higher proficiency and minimize any errors or setbacks.
These computer generated images can also help if any changes are made to the project. For example, if a different pillar is added to a hotel lobby, the lobby’s 3D image will let you know where the post needs to go in the lobby. This image can also provide a better understanding of what materials you need and how much of each.
Meeting Client Expectations
Whether you work at a small coffee shop or a multimillion-dollar media conglomerate, we’ve all heard of the saying, “the customer is always right.” Usually, this isn’t the case, but you can never tell the customer that. This is especially evident in the world of architecture. Nobody wants to invest in an office space that falls below expectations. Would you? Of course not. This is why it is imperative to have a visual image of the design so both you and your client can be on the same page regarding design and construction.
Computer generated 3D images allows the client to see what their money is paying for truly. Not only will it provide a distinct picture of your work, but it also gives them the opportunity to raise any concerns or worries before it’s too late.