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3-D Interior Design Rendering 101: Top to Bottom, What Every Designer Needs To Know

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Nathan Davis
3-D Interior Design Rendering 101: Top to Bottom, What Every Designer Needs To Know

3D computer graphics are called “3D,” because of the way they are made, using 3D computer models to represent scenes before they are rendered.

Pre-rendering, a CPU-intensive process that pays off with more realistic images, and real-time rendering, which offers a higher level of interactivity, are two of these more intricate rendering levels; merely a peek over the rim of a cavern dispelling a world of imagery possibilities.

Outsourcing is also an excellent option for design teams or individuals handling a complicated project.

A few popular 3-D rendering software systems have been highlighted below, providing a glimpse into an expansive world.

Per Ralph Bond, an AEC and infrastructure PR manager for Autodesk, “BIM is an intelligent model-based process that helps make design, engineering, project and operational information accurate, accessible and actionable for buildings and infrastructure.”

As is stated directly on their website, Revit is built for BIM.

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