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May 5, 2005 at 8:07 am #4080AnonymousInactive
Off your subject but, does anyone know any 3D Architectural Visual companies in Ireland preferably around the Dublin Area.? Or any search tips you may have.
Thanks in advance
May 5, 2005 at 9:41 am #20671AnonymousInactive
We have recently finished work on a architecture project in London, you can see two older screenshots of the project ( using actual photography of the area ) here…
We develop interactive visualisations, so you can toggle buildings ( old / new ) on and off, change materials and show new prices etc if required.
Old demonstrations ( the level of visualisation, including shadows etc, has been improved tenfold ) of interactive buildings can be viewed here…
( The demonstrations can be veiwed online like above, or offline ( they are very compact, completely standalone, and will fit on one of those credit card sized CDs )
We have a number of other demonstrations, if this is the type of thing that you are looking for then you can contact me off-list and I can send you more information.
Just as a side note, are there any 3D artists on the lists who have skills in, or who are interested in creating, interactive 3D visualisations of buildings and architecture? We have a potential project coming up in this field that will require that we outsource quite a bit of work, and we’re looking for contacts who would have
a) an interest in this field
b) some experience creating real-time buildings, lightmapping etc
c) experience using Shockwave 3D and it’s various features
If you have either one of the above, pm me or drop me a line at the candointeractive.com account and I’ll get you more information ( including a sand-box type application that we use to put together basic interactive scenes )
May 5, 2005 at 11:54 am #20676AnonymousInactive
heres one in galway if it helps.
May 5, 2005 at 7:36 pm #20701AnonymousInactive
Quite a lot of architectural companies do VIZ, however I think most of the time the actual architects do it, through multiple programs like CAD, ArtLantis and more common packages like Max.
I get the impression it is a very difficult business to get into unless you are in the field already and move into the Viz side. That was the impression I got from one interview I had……but maybe that was just the way they did it!
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