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See every detail of your build with our interactive 360 tours.

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  • What is 3D rendering?
    3D rendering is most often used for demonstration at various exhibitions, presentations, and conferences. 3D rendering enables visualisation of the original design idea, the future project, or any soon-to-be existing objects. It allows for a demonstration of the trends of different goods – from food and its packaging, to new models of equipment.
  • What is Architectural visualisation
    Architectural visualisation is the creation of digital models of interiors, objects, and facades for clients or relevant authorities. Architects, designers, and architectural firms use architectural visualisation to captivate people to their field. Nothing will attract customers like a qualitative architectural visualisation of your product.
  • What are 3D graphics?
    Three-dimensional graphics typically deal with a virtual, imaginary three-dimensional space to be displayed on a flat, two-dimensional surface or paper. There are several ways to display the three-dimensional information in a volumetric form, although most of them represent three-dimensional characteristics with many conditions, as they work with stereo images. Stereo glasses, virtual helmets, and 3D-displays are able to display three-dimensional images. Several manufacturers have demonstrated the readiness for serial production of three-dimensional displays. However, they still do not allow you to create a solid-state in a physical, tangible copy of a mathematical model that is easily created by three-dimensional graphics. Developing since the 1990s, technology of rapid prototyping eliminates this gap. This technology uses a mathematical representation of the object model as a solid-state object (so-called “Voxel model”).