Ever wonder how those amazing water effects are created? Those incredible Cadbury promos were chocolate flows from one direction and merge with the Milk before we make your taste buds flatter as you read, it’s called 3D Simulation and we excel in making those.
At the current time, 3D Simulation has entirely advanced to the point where designers, engineers, contractors, and building owners can become so occupied in it that they feel as if they’re actually there. It now deals with real estate, architectural planning, product simulation modeling, virtual campuses, automotive manufacture and urban planning and much more.
A growing number of developers now offer platforms that enable ‘walking tours’ of a virtual building, from early design through to construction; virtual furniture may be overlaid in real time to check its size and appearance in a room and to visualize what is not yet built (the future). Projects can be presented in its actual environment as if it was already built, allowing the client to explore the project from all angles, assess its integration in its natural landscape, create drop shadows, view the landscaping and show how it can evolve. It can overlay a real site with a virtual design at full-scale.
3D simulation currently also allows business owners to simulate product forms and visualize their impact to the surrounding environment. Like, companies can conduct shadow studies on proposed developments to determine how public spaces can be shaded for better comfort. You can almost conceptually imagine a time when the property is literally perfect, crystallized around exactly the way we’re going to use the building.
3D Simulation puts anyone light years ahead of the competition not only selling concepts but highlighting potential problems before they occur saving time and money. With boundless possibilities, from realistic human characters to blockbuster style effects, as well as the frequent advances in technology, 3D technology has a bright future ahead and it is a great computer-assisted design and communication tool.