3D Visualization – An Ever Expanding Application

A technique that enables the user to create images, 3D animation and diagrams to communicate messages in the most constructive manner. History holds in it innumerable examples involving Egyptian hieroglyphs, Leonardo Da Vinci’s revolutionary methods, Greek geometry and for scientific purposes. Visualization through visual imagery has been an effective way to communicate both abstract and concrete ideas since the dawn of humanity.

Visualization today has ever-expanding applications in science, education, engineering (e.g., product visualization), interactive multimedia, medicine, etc. Typical of a 3D visualization application is the field of computer graphics. The invention of computer graphics may be the most important development in visualization since the invention of central perspective in the Renaissance period. The development of animation also helped advance visualization.

Many, if not the majority of people learn well when they can see something in the best way possible. From the earliest stages of a project, those invested in a project need to be able to see what a project is going to look like once it is completed. Even more than still graphics, 3D visualization video can quickly and simply show what a project will look like from beginning to end.

While this has not always been the case, the technology behind 3D visualizations has dramatically dropped in the past decade. Animations can provide incredible cost/benefit ratios since spending thousands of dollars in the marketing phase of a project for an animation video can be the difference in winning a multi-million dollar contract.

There are usually many options and concepts for any project. This could include different routes for a transportation project or different looks and designs for buildings or roads. A project rendering can quickly and effectively show project managers and clients alike what different options will look like.

We use actual CAD data, Google Earth and project images, technical drawings and other accurate information to create accurate, high definition visualizations. Blending actual photos with 3D rendering visualization can also be an attractive & affordable way to communicate the vision of your project.