3D Architectural Rendering, The Tool Of The Future

3D architectural rendering is an essential tool for today’s architects. Using it, they are able to create virtual buildings, neighborhoods, and even cities, long before they’re actually built. They have the further advantage of being completely virtual, so that it’s possible to send a few instructions to the software and make changes in lighting and weather conditions. You can’t beat 3D architectural rendering for convenience and adaptability.

The real estate industry is just as excited about 3D architectural rendering as architects. Because of architectural rendering, real estate agents are able to show their customers several buildings in a fairly short amount of time. The growth of this industry has created a great need for people good with the 3D architectural software. Therefore, if you have experience with software, you might want to look into this career.

Archiform3D is an architectural rendering company that has various 3D renderings in their database. These renderings include both the buildings and the landscape. One rendering they have is of a development in Florida, Delannoy Square, with businesses and residences. This same page shows a video which allows you to “see” the building, including the interior, without being there yourself.

Archiform3Dalso has a rendering of a golf course which an announcer is seen walking on. A realistic and extensive landscape is pictured, which is possible because of Archiform3D’s hardware.

Even before computers came out, 3D architectural rendering existed. Scale models less advanced than our current ones have been made by architects for centuries. “Tron”, a movie from 1982, largely advanced 3D rendering with the use of CGI (computer generated imagery) which was used to create the entire movie. The techniques developed during the creation of the movie are used even now by architects.