If you think that you have never seen a computer generated image (CGI), that is not completely true. Rest assured, everybody saw such images at some point – your children, parents or grandparents. Even if you sincerely believed that it was a photo.
Computer Generated Images, or CGI, are really widely used – it is convenient and beneficial. Our brief article will try to explain why, and whether you are the one who can benefit from it.
For those in doubt and for those who want to immediately see the product of their imagination there exists a 3D configurator. It is universally applicable and easily deals with sizes, shapes and colours of almost any kind of product.
“Virtual Reality? It is fantastic, hard to imagine, just like in the movies and you will need to read a lot of professional stuff to be able to assess the benefits of this technology.” – One could hear such opinions just a few years ago, however, now it’s absolute nonsense. To see why VR is easy and fun, read on.
Take a look around. Look right and left, up and down. That’s simply amazing how we can perceive the world in 3 dimensions – see and feel the existing surround. And what about the non-existent one? Why not!
The world of 3D is constantly developing and evolving so rapidly that sometimes it may give you a hard time keeping up with all the changes and never-ending innovations. In this article we made an attempt to look back and see the shaping trends and tools in 3D visualisation so, if you would like to stay on top of things, bear with us!
You can demonstrate a building plan. You can show interior visualisations, and you can go further – immerse a person into the environment allowing to have a good look around. Architectural walkthrough – is a technology that erases boundaries between a picture and a video.
Continuous globalization, space optimization, fashion trends, self-branding and total lack of time is hardly a complete list of things that surround us every day. It is therefore not surprising that home, as a place where time stops and where you always want to return, despite everything, is of enormous significance for any person. And interior was, is and will remain the most important thing in the house.
Combining reality and fantasy or immersing into the virtual world until recently seemed impossible, but today Virtual Reality is rather close to us in our daily lives. In one way or another, you must have encountered VR, perhaps, without even realizing it. How the technology is used now and what its prospects are in the future, you can find out in our article.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. The same is with the video. Why browse dozens of pictures if you can watch 10 seconds of video and have an accurate idea of what you’re dealing with? What is a real purpose of making an architectural video? Is it really useful and applicable to your project? This and much more you will be able to find out from this article by VisEngine.
Creating highly photorealistic 3D renderings is always the work of two: a Client and a CGI artist. Regardless of how much client is involved in the process of performing the task, the final goal is an outcome of the highest quality. Surely, there is no need for a Client to worry about the details of 3D visualisation process – this will be well taken care of by VisEngine highly professional team of 3D modelers and 3D artists. In this article we will outline the most crucial elements that form efficient and mutually beneficial cooperation between a Client and a 3D visualisation services provider.
If you want a thing done well, do it yourself. Of course, this works, but is it really necessary to do everything single-handedly? In terms of 3D, it depends. Let’s try to find out what is better for you and your business.
1837 is the year when virtual reality was actually born. And no, it’s not a mistake — though the technology was quite different at that time. This article will help you to immerse yourself in the history of VR — one of the most popular and promising technology in the entertainment industry.
Industry Specialists and those interested in innovations are no longer surprised by virtual or augmented reality. However, for the “mere mortals” such a technology is a novelty. For all who missed that moment when ideas became reality, 6 proofs that the future has already come.