In today’s competitive world of bid awarding for architectural projects, having as many weapons in your arsenal of techniques for presenting your firm’s proposed concept and design can mean the difference between winning or losing contracts.
Architectural walkthroughs has become a game-changer in architectural presentations; where cardboard models or perspective drawings may have the ability to illustrate your design sufficiently, the ability to virtually walk-through the interior of the proposed structure will give your clients an awe-inspiring view of all facets of the design.
Combining an architectural 3D model of the proposed structure and using specialized animation techniques, your clients can pass seamlessly through rooms with realistic surface textures that are photo-realistic.
Virtually stand in the center of atriums, boardrooms and factory floors to experience a panoramic view of the surrounding environment, or travel up and down stairs, though hallways and enter various rooms to demonstrate traffic flow and egress patterns.
Exterior scenes can be passed over with a birds-eye view of the entire property using fly-over techniques that illustrate the structure in it’s natural landscape.
There is no better way to communicate your architectural design than with a virtual reality tour.