WHAT IS INTERACTIVE FLOOR PLAN?

An interactive floor plan is not only a 3D render but enables either you or your clients to interact with the model in a dynamic form of 2D and 3D view, from all angles to immerse yourself in the space.

After we finish designing the model, depending on your request, we will provide you with a unique code that you can easily embed on your website or use our own URL address to interact with your 2D and 3D floor plan.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO HAVE ONLY 2D OR 3D INTERACTIVEPLAN?

The simple answer is, No! The beauty of this process is that when we create a floor plan, the software simultaneously provides 2D and 3D floor plans. And it is not possible to have only 2D or 3D interactive plan separately.

WHAT IS CGI AND RENDERING IN ARCHITECTURE?

CGI stands for computer-generated imagery, which means digital graphics used in visual media, often in 3D animation or 3D Rendering. CGI is also called 3D Rendering or 3D imaging.

3D Rendering is the graphics process of converting 3D models into 2D images.

3D Rendering is a handy tool for Architects, Interior Designers, Planners, Landscape Designers and Property Developers. The technique can be used for many projects to help bring ideas to life, and many design professionals realise the benefits. CGI or 3D Rendering helps explore design ideas and facilitate discussions with clients, contractors and other stakeholders.

WHY USE ARCHITECTURAL 3D RENDERING?

There are many situations where designers may need 3D rendering. For instance, they have often been required for sales and marketing purposes to advertising developments, and CGI visualisation offers a quick and highly effective way to get the visuals way before completion. With 3D rendering we are able to:

  • Get faster client approval on projects by presenting them with a more compelling image of completing the project.

  • Generate a better connection with developers by presenting it in a way that cannot be achieved with drawings alone. Make adjustments to the design of the building before construction has begun, saving a potentially considerable amount of money.

  • Money and time efficiency for arranging photoshoots because there is no need to physically visit the site.

  • Architects can get a more accurate visual understanding of the project early on to evaluate it at the design stage and make changes better.

WHERE USE CGI VISUALISATION?

3D Rendering can be used in a variety of situations. The most common use is for Exterior & Interior visualisations of projects that are still in development. Skilled designers can use specialist software to show what the exact design will look like when complete.

WHAT IS 3D MODELLING?

3D modelling is the digital reproduction of any object or surface using 3D modelling software such as 3D Max, Sketchup, Rhino, Revit, ArchiCAD, or other 3D software. For example, a three-dimensional model can be created from simple shapes like cubes, rectangles, and triangles in the most basic case. These shapes are then modified into complex, high-polygon designs.

WHAT IS 3D RENDERING?

3D Rendering converts information from a 3D model into a 2D image by applying light and materials to objects. After modelling the project, it depends on the quality of renders we need (we can use the different or same software or either an extension to that software) to process the Rendering of the 3D model.

The goal is to create a lifelike or non-photorealistic image. 3D models are digital files of an object created using the software. 3D Rendering is also a form of virtual photography.

WHAT IS LIGHTING IN RENDERING?

3D Rendering lighting is much like photography; a combination of light sources to either draw attention to a particular part of the setting set the overall mood of the scene or represent natural properties such as time of the day or even weather. 

Rendering converts the scene information into an image by evaluating all the geometry and lighting information in a given file. Each render output is a separate layer and produces its own image layer as part of the render calculations.