Augmented Reality – The Art of Interior Conceptualization
The art if 3d making is one that is common in the field these days, but few have the capability to reach that level of prestige that allows you to capture the true essence of a design in a virtual reality. Most interior design firms have a separate department of CG artists whose sole purpose is to articulate design layouts and regular detailing into 3 dimensional objects with the help of software’s such as Sketch Up Pro, AutoCAD, 3D Max, V-Ray, Lumion, Rhino and more. The idea behind creating these three dimensional simulations is to see what the application of certain materials and color would look like within the context of a space before actually approving the finishes. Sometimes, things that might look good in our head would not seem practically applicable for some spaces, and a 3D render is a nice way to get ahead in the game.
A 3d is not only for the satisfaction of the designer. It also comes in handy when trying to bid a design to a client. A render can lead to a better understanding on the client’s behalf of what their space would look like if manipulated a certain way. The curtail in demographics and what can be done is easier to show this way.
Today, we’ll be looking at a few hyper realistic 3D renders that can tell us when the shoe fits, and when it does not.
This render is a perfect depiction of what this room would look in actuality. The play with shadows and lighting is exceptionally done, and each fixture is what it would seem like placed in reality. Each nook of this room is specifically and beautifully designed and the 3d gives us the most accurate approximation of how this reality would come into being once the pieces are set into motion.
Small detail designs are the ones that can showcase the best in your interiors, and this 3d is the perfect representation of bold and contemporary augmented through a render.
Sometimes, bright colors can go overboard and drab may seem unacceptable in our mind, but that can be easily calculated through a 3d render. This monochromatic render shows exactly how the scheme would look like if accurately applied.
There are various applications for shadows and lights when you’re constructing a 3d, and this render shows us that diversity and variety in hyper realism.
It is easy for an expert to calculate what reflective surfaces would look like and how to emulate the effect in an augmented reality. This 3d is the perfect representation of such a technique and can definitely wow the clients.