3D Architectural Modeling Presentations Brings Imaginations to Life : Technology brings imaginations to life, and one example of this is how 3D modeling has changed the way architectural designs are presented. 3D modeling is similar to bringing multi-dimensional images from your brain and painting them on paper to see how it appears. The impact of 3D modeling on the presentation of architectural designs is profound.
Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of 3D Architectural Modeling Presentations:
1. Gives more realistic feel and view
From deducing the scores of vertical, horizontal and diagonal lines of 2D sketches to providing a one-shot picture of 3D architectural services are some of the benefits of 3D modeling. [ Floor Plan Conversions ] With a 3D model, your design becomes more vivid, allowing your clients appreciate your work much more. 3D modeling also allows you check the viability of a plan and effect quick changes when necessary.
2. Helps in faster marketing and sales
3D models are very appealing and satisfying to prospects compared with viewing 2D drawings. The vivid imagery of 2D drawings are more impressionable and gives you a better chance of convincing a prospect. In addition, the project approval rate in construction is quicker when a 3D model is used.
3. Corrections/ Iterations are easy to incorporate
With 3D models, it is easier to see the impact of the overall design when changes are made to the design and this will help in finalizing the design without incurring much in making changes or corrections. It is also more accurate as the eventual construction shapes-up to the conceived output as inferred from the 3D model.
4. Easy to add interior designs
With a 3D model, you can incorporate life-like models of residential or commercial flats with all the paints, furniture, wall paints, designer ceilings, show pieces and so on to provide your clients with a vivid view of their dream home or office building.
5. 3D design clearly shows the physical dimensions (easy to feel and understand)
A 3D design clearly shows the physical dimensions of objects and their distance in relation with other objects and parts of the layout. This helps the customers see and adjust arrangements of objects based on their sizes to get varied objectives like space, room size corrections, movement problems, etc.
6. Less instructions to understand design information compared to 2D designs
Unlike 2D designs which may require clear instructions to understand design information, 3D designs require little or no instructions and present no language barriers. It is easy for anyone to understand 3D designs and the experience which virtual reality creates.