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3D Walkthrough Flythrough animation for Commercial Warehouse Logistic property in South Korea with amenities such as cafe, restaurant and parking. Walkthrough covers Interior and Exterior Areas of property with transparent buildings and bridges for ideas of surrounding properties with natural landscape. Motion Graphics show the growth of company.
In the past few years, we have come across a new technology called Augmented Reality which says “Interact with your dream world through your own senses”, meaning we can play games with our gestures and body movements, we can feel a well constructed building at a foot as if it is in real and can walk around it easily via zoom in and zoom out. It is an evolution which paves the way to add information discoveries to the real world in undefined possibilities.
Today, with the advancement in technology, people have moved ahead and welcomed the interactive world of visualization with a big smile.
Let’s take an example of Education System, then and now. Don’t you feel a drastic change in the education system? A decade ago , when we used to study about animals, science, fiction or numerology, we never had such kind of interactive study materials. We were piled up with countless books of various subjects just to make our concepts clear. Now, the learning has become easy and intuitive. Children can visualize horse galloping, water evaporating, learn various scientific formula and solve mathematical problem easily by using this technology.
Augmented reality has widened the room for various industry sectors, fun, games, sports education and others by providing cutting-edge solutions at every level . Being the world more into the usage of powerful gadgets and mobile devices, vivid gaming and other applications are available in mobile app stores to demonstrate the master pieces of this interactive technology.
But, is this going to improve the marketing strategies and user experience?
As per the market research, sources have found that people are getting inclined more towards the AR applications. The applications developed using AR technology provide the customize interactive features which help people to present their information in moving, action- oriented and interactive way.
Let’s take an example of real estate.
Real estate require different and unique solutions to grab customer’s attention. Using this AR technology, you can amaze them with possible ways. Now, users can walk through their future property via one touch and feel the heaven inside. This technology helps you in preparing interactive 3D presentations which cater customers about all the aspects of their new locality or property.
This is not the end. Not only education or real estate industry, various other industries have found Augmented Reality , the best way to influence people and be advantageous to lead the competitive world.
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Starting from high rise buildings to millennium star resorts & restaurants, new metrics have been a part and parcel of this emerging era. Who won the “Best Architectural Design Studio” award last year?A huge list of practices with an edge of latest technology and importantly, a diversified touch of implementation would make them stand apart in the market world over.
Almost every year, there is an array of architectural firms who stand ahead having massive revenue in numbers. Let us have a closer look at each of the best tagged Architectural Design Studios round the globe. These master minds have the capacity to reconcile the old traditional architectural systems while giving them a new conventional touch with their great architectural planning and designing skills using the best technology methods.
1. William Rawn Associates
This architectural design firm has built many civic buildings which reflect its amazing design techniques with successful architecture. Their team is supremely confident while designing and planning finest architectural buildings, hotels & restaurants, residential plots, commercial buildings and others while raising the bar for global design today & tomorrow.
2. Richard Bauer Architecture
Having special touch in building community centers, cultural buildings, educational as well government buildings, this firm has won plenty of awards in local, regional and international; that includes the American Institute of Architects National Honor Award for Architecture. It was founded by James Richard and Kelly Bauer, FIIDA.
3. Perkins + Will
Since its inception year 1935, the team of accredited professionals has been building sustainable cultural, institutional, educational, government and healthcare buildings while making the use of healthy building materials. They have research focused design plan which has a humanistic approach to create dynamic places for people. They built high-end design that is well-researched in turn delivering meaningful experiences in their every project.
4. DLR Group
DLR has earned reputation round the globe as a promising and sustainable architectural design firm while leading a long-listed clientele ratio. Their core areas of design include sectors such as hospitality, sports, education, retail, offices, civic buildings, courts, energy services and few others. They have met the exceptional needs of the clients while supporting the initiatives & goals of 2030 Challenge.
5. Aero Studios
This architectural firm has a distinguished comfort zone exquisitely made for its clients coming from every corner of the world. Be it an academy, street house, hotel & gym, penthouse or a beach house, Aero Studios has marked its level with a backdrop of imitable art, antiques and furnishings for the people to live with modernism culture.
6. Atelier AM
Stepping in the time zone of modernity, this firm has purely maintained its focus upon regimented glamour where the couple founders; Michael and Alexandra Misczynski has been working smart on giant approaches. They have few king-size projects upcoming in Japan, California and Los Angeles.
7. Appleton Partners LLP-Architects
Taking inspiration from the huge as well as small traditionally built buildings in Italy, the firm founder of this firm Marc Appleton has a deep understanding of traditional art & design. And this has certainly been represented in his architecture designs for especially site-sensitive houses & hotels. Their sense of vernacular architecture has planned and designed residential, institutional and commercial projects for a number of clients.
8. Yantram Studio
Being equipped with the best of the talented architects, this company represents augmented reality into our real world. The word “physically live” fits in right when these experts use the innovative technology methods to create immersive buildings.
9. Bunny Williams Inc.
Lining up with old and new deep-dish comfort techniques, Bunny Williams Inc. has established few amazing architectural pieces. She has a unique design philosophy to work upon unique views on architecture and then let her creative juices flow to create enlightening art pieces. Hence it ends up in building interesting designs while making a distinguished approach, whether it is urban or rural project.
10. Deborah Berke Partners
She has the ability to think innovative and design confident spaces for residential, commercial, institutes, private homes and the endless list where their clients can enjoy life-enriching experiences. Her next upcoming projects include museum based hotel which would be rightly included in her book on residential projects.
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According to the increasing scenario of architecture in India, there has been a noticeable growth in this industry. The designs and concepts has raised its level internationally and thus making it recognized world over. Indian Architectural Design field has been part of “Awards” and the disciplines taught here has been selected to be put upon International level books, guides & magazines.
Taking a closer look towards it, a number of adept people of architectural field have opened up wings for the students and newbie’s who wish to be a part of the industry. A good design is a mirror of healthy time, smart work, enhanced project management level, culture and lastly; startling implementation at each phase. With the changing era, the language of design has taken a toll while taking it to digital communication world.
Let’s have a sneak peek in the world of “Architecture” combined with modern art; of course we belong to 21st century!
All of them have been moving across best technical standards with the base of fresh conceptual design, Varied experiments with the space to make it look alike your dream looks; be it your office, house or hotel/restaurant/lounge bar.
1. Studio 69
Having a group of talented architectural professionals, this firm has got good ranking from the market, in past few years. Having a crystal strategy of preparing design and then taking the approved concept to implementation level has made their brand name remarkable not only in Bangalore, but elsewhere too. Being a full-fledged firm of Architect and Interior Design, they offer effective solutions and ensure on-time completion of the projects.
2. Planet 3 Studios
This firm has been ranked ahead because of its inventive thinking, high-end approach towards technology touched with latest designs. The two smart founders; Santha Gour Mattoo and Kalhan Mattoo has built up a huge portfolio that consists of buildings, plots, schools & colleges, retail outlets & shops, spas & resorts, hotels & restaurants and other industrial projects. Moreover, this firm has been thinking on the terms of environment sustainability where in they utilize the design via apt technologies and labour locally.
3. Yantram Studio
Here at Yantram Studio, the creative and technical staff has been trained under the supervision of experts for various aspects such as:
4. ZZ Architects
Lead by a team of two talented guys, Zubin Zainuddin and Krupa Zubin, ZZA has made its name to the list of top ten Architectural and Interior Design Firms of India. Having a team of more than 50 such people, they believe in making extensive use of CAD as well as 3D Modeling to increase their potentiality and making optimum use of latest tools & techniques. ZZA has offered its services to commercial, exhibitions, residential, institutes, salons, etc. with highly creative concepts edged with master planning.
5. Studio Essemble
This firm has been welcoming amateurs along with graduates having minimal approach towards architecture & interior design industry. They possess the strength of:
6. Mindspace Architects
This firm is owned and guided by Mr. Sanjay Mohe & his super amazing team of experts under him to work upon projects, they showcase splendid work. Having around 30 years of immse experience in architectural field, their work has been recognized for National as well as International Awards. It has a strong portfolio for making research labs, residential plots & projects and IT plots.
7. Abin Design Studio
This studio has earned plenty of accolades; covering national as well as international up head. It believes in previewing and then making an artistic expression which people can really immerse into! They develop their projects with a finesse touch to effect it to realm!
8. Urban Studio
Pronit Nath and Amisha Thanawala are two master minds behind this firm’s success. Their designs simply focus upon simplicity, elegance and not to forget the feature of “cultural mutation”. They too are socially responsible for their designs with are replica of the imaginative world with minutest of master planning over the space.
There are a lot of firms in India who are headed by professional architectural heads has developed to its peak with the base of establishing a pillar of sustainability over latest technology.
Yantram Studio has par excellence in creating 3D visualization of your imagination. We always follow basic steps to cater our clients what they desire.
Let’s take a look into those basic steps which gives a perfect 3D visualization at the end.
Carve the minds and pull out the correct information
Asking questions and making statements is what should be in the core. Before creating any visualization, will it not be appropriate to ask clients what they want? Forming proper set of questions related to 3D Interior Visualization, Architectural Visualization, 3D Interior Exterior Design or Virtual Panorama Tour helps you in many ways,
One can ask as many questions as possible in the beginning and work parallel with the clients to avoid wastage of time and energy for the futuristic tasks of the project.
Craft, Draft roughly to get familiar with the primary data before the final innovation.
Go through each and every information in detail. Sometimes, it may happen that client haven’t drilled into what exactly they want, so we have to dig up the roots to get detailed information in order to avoid changes from client’s end. Sketch the rough idea of 3d interior visualization, architectural visualization, 3d interior exterior design or interior home designs which you have got after completely analysing client’s requirements. It directly connects you with what client expects from us and also helps in properly defining the primary elements.
Select 3D Modelling and visualization accurately as per client’s requirement.
Clients may portray their requirements in subtle elements or demonstrate the designs which are the primary requisite of any project, yet the most ideal path is to give the illustrative pictures as samples. It will spare much time and get on well with the client from the early phases of the project. It’s required to have pictures of the considerable number of designs to be utilized as a part of the last work.
Arrange your work
The work should be properly arranged in a proper way to avoid even a minor change. It should be categorized mainly into three stages: beginning, middle and the final one resulting into saving lot of time.
Follow on agreed things strictly and act on time
If you are working only on 3D visualization and not design, strictly follow what the client has agreed upon. Client’s requirements should be our priority. If client does not need textures in the visualization, no need to add in because it’s your choice. Following the agreed things strictly will help you to act on time and deliver the project before deadline.
Learn, Sketch and Design
Try to pick up things that are amidst you. Ponder on what kind of visualization you want to create. Research on various colours and colour combination, designs, go for photography to innovate your ideation, if possible. Sketch your idea with the colours you want to use in designing. These things really work when you wish to work quickly, smoothly and efficiently.
This is our way of working and getting success in 3D visualization product. What is your way? Do share with us.
Article source: http://www.yantramstudio.com/blog/interior-design/want-to-know-the-ways-to-get-a-perfect-3d-visualization-project/
Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are the two most discussed topics of the gaming world. Both show a promising growth and their most remarkable similarity is their capability to alter the perception of the world around us. However, there are major differences between the two technologies, and comprehension of the differences is required to make optimum use. A short introduction, therefore, is needed for conceptual clarity.
What is AR?
AR is a technology that layers the elements of a real-world environment with computer-generated sensory enhancements like sound, graphics, or GPS data. Through Augmented Reality ( AR ) app development, end users are surrounded with a world which is more interactive and can be digitally manipulated. Information from an AR app usually overlaps the real world but, one can easily tell them apart. A person can perceive the components of the digital world into his or her real world.
What is Virtual Reality?
The term ‘virtual reality’ refers to technologies that generate realistic sounds or images with the help of VR headsets. Virtual reality development replicates real environment in an imaginary setting. The physical presence of end users is simulated in this replicated environment. The imaginary setting is displayed through a VR headset and is arrayed in three spatial dimensions.
A person using this equipment is able to ‘virtually feel and interact’ with the artificial world. Also, one can have a first-person view in it which is why the word immersive is often used to describe this technology.
AR vs. VR
The first major difference between the two lies in altering the perception of our presence.
Augmented reality supplements or rather ‘augments’ our current reality with clear visors, but does not change our environment. Virtual reality, on the other hand, acts as a virtual portal that takes its users to an entirely different world. Once you put on a VR headset, your real world is blocked out from your vision. You are transposed to some other place.
Without any doubt, VR sounds more exciting but, it is definitely not something that one can think about using in day-to-day life. For instance, think about wearing a headset in a public place. Practically, it does become difficult as well as dangerous to move in a state where you are completely shut off from the real world. VR may be more immersive but AR offers more freedom to its users and is also more useful for marketers.
Perhaps, that is the reason why Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, stated that he was more excited about augmented-reality development rather than virtual one because the former enables individuals to be present in the real world, but at the same time, it allows improvement on the present conditions. Pokemon Go is the most classic example of AR app. Besides gaining massive market acceptance, it also infiltrated our daily lives. Any AR development company that wishes to hit the market big has lots to learn from this app.
The Future of ‘Reality’ Technologies
Both AR and VR have made dramatic improvements. Virtual startups are introducing their way into the industry to expand the sensory experiences of users. In terms of commercial success, augmented reality has an upper hand, but that does not undermine the rapid growth that virtual reality has shown. However, given the present adoption ratio of these two technologies, it is clear that a VR development company will need to work harder to reach up to the platter of mass acceptance.
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Article source: http://yantramstudio.com/blog/virtual-reality/augmented-reality-vs-virtual-reality-what-are-the-differences/
Papers, pens, pencils, rulers, and a marble floor messed up with stationary – these things sound familiar, don’t they?
Well, that’s perhaps what one would call a typical conventional architect’s set-up. Over the years, an architect’s tasks might not have changed much, but a modern architectural design studio is way different than its conventional counterpart. Few things, however, that have remain unchanged are the questions that young designers have. If not worked out properly, the familiar smell of paper and basswood can turn into a spell of despair. So it’s necessary to know few things that can help one survive as well as thrive into design studio.
Here is a list of ten essential things that expose some common queries associated with architectural design studio.
1. Pen the Details
Studios mean paper work and paper work means detailing. Keep track of your work and do make a habit of carrying a notepad. Amidst all the sketching, you might forget to pay attention to some other work. Not all the time you are equipped with necessary tools for specifying your task. Your notepad shall help you to jot down things which you can attend to later. This habit also assists you in carefully editing anything that you’re about to publish.
2. Time Management
Architecture students come under the lot who hardly work in a methodical manner. They are terrible at managing their time and the total output of their productivity is lost during this time management endeavor. There are some freshly graduated architects who brag about being all-nighters. But, the actual grown-ups of the industry know that all-nighters are not needed if you can manage your time efficiently. You already spend 8 hours of the day in the studio, and those hours are enough to get oodles of work done. So, time management is a must for those fresh architects.
3. No Last Minute Change
There is always that little more in designing, especially when you are in the learning phase. You will be tempted to present your concepts or make that model more presentable. This urge to make your designs better even at the last minute can turn out to be disastrous, especially when you are about to present your work to clients. Work carefully before you finalize everything. Once you are done with building models and rendering drawings, there is no looking back.
4. Be Author of Ideas
It’s good to be a good designer, but it’s great to be a design author. After all, no one likes to be known as the ‘blind follower’ in the studio, the one who only carries out instructions without any further contribution of his or her own. Don’t always stick to the status quo. Build your own ideas, design them, share them and get feedback. Undoubtedly, you will need to put some extra efforts, but compared to the hard work, the opportunities that your ideas may bring are also diverse.
5. Remember Your Clients, Always
What your clients think? What do they need? What can they afford? How can they afford? Once you have been assigned a designing task, your ideas should strictly work in accordance with the needs of your clients. They should be the only ones who should be at the back of your mind. You don’t need to overstress yourself with the minutest details, but, of course, they are the ones who should direct your work.
6. Don’t Stop Learning
Starting from Gothic styles to the comforts of a six year-old, an architect needs to know almost anything that can find even the slightest use in architecture. Designing is all about learning on the go. Fortunately, architects now have plenty of sources by their side to learn, design and implement new things. Read good designing blogs, participate in forums. Consider starting your own blog. In short, don’t ever stop learning.
7. Do Your Homework
It is next to impossible to know ins and outs about your clients’ businesses, but as a responsible designer, it is your duty to learn possibly as much as you can about their businesses. This learning is necessitated at the inception of a project as it helps you to know about your clients’ objectives, their spaces and of course, gives you a clearer view of their requirements. If required, dedicate a half-day session to shoot all queries that you have.
8. Break Few Rules
Most of us choose to go by the norms as they ensure safety and evade chaos. But, if need be, there is no harm in breaking a few rules. Remember, designing is all about ideas. While most of your execution will be directed from your college time, sometimes you need to bring up your own ideas and execute them in your own ways. If your hard work is able to garner complements and turn heads, then who cares what methods you inculcated?
9. Learn Through Criticism
A creative mind should be as open to criticism as it is to ideas. By all means, seek criticism. It not only helps you to assess your work, but also opens gateways to improvements. Designing is a genre where perfection comes by correcting your flaws, and if you don’t know your flaws, there is no question of correction. Connect with your mentors, show them your work, seek advice and of course, learn from criticism.
10. Appreciate Yourself
One must remember that seeking criticism doesn’t mean demeaning oneself. This is a common mistake which is made by most of the designers at their early careers. If you don’t value your work, no one will. You have put lots of efforts and sleepless nights in designing those models, so there’s nothing wrong in appreciating yourself.
Your design studio works as an excellent learning habitat where you will find yourself surrounded with experiences. Every day will teach you something new but, knowing the basic rules will at least help you to survive and overcome the initial struggles.
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The goal is simple; to help you in your quest to be the best in 20 thank you for reading my many articles on diverse subjects, which interest you. We must never forget that as we create the future Utopia in Virtual Reality Studio. EOX (basically that is surround-a-sound) and the granularity (individual animated pixels) dividing the object and yes all that is good for action sequences, explosions, car crashes in video games, VR Life II type things and such, or simulators for training, but there is an issue with combinations of multiple scenarios, with AI and the size of the program, current bandwidth, storage devices, etc.
ROI is what the real world is about. Virtual Reality Developer I certainly hope this article is of interest and that is has propelled thought. Real Estate VR App Technicians see it and we can discuss all the applications for Government, Military, Business, Healthcare, Earth Sciences, Space, Training, Psychology, Sports, Sex, Politics, Distance Learning, Sales or V-travel and yet in the end a standard is needed so that the theories, methods and philosophies can all be on the same page to move the ball down the field and attract the capital needed to bring the VR World into a blurred reality with the real world and to make a profit in doing so.
For instance researchers, teachers, politicians and innovators are always stacked with projects that need a Virtual Reality Technicians skill sets to the audience, customer or funding groups better visualize. Virtual Reality Apps Development So too is the commercialization of products, services and potential applications. Virtual Reality Development Firm The rate or progress for Virtual Reality is indeed stunning. Virtual Reality Application It is pretty insightful and although 4 years old now is pretty much on the money. Virtual Reality Companies Of course as things move forward much faster standardization is also coming to a head. Virtual Reality Real Estate Companies Many VR consultants and leading edge thinkers speak of granularity, verbs and software programming methodologies, but none are completely certain that is how things will work in the future in VR, yet we all see this is the push. Virtual Reality Real Estate Solutions It is amazing all the competing VR standards, theories and directions the market place is working with now.
The Architect’s Newspaper’s April 2017 issue takes a deep dive into Florida to coincide with the upcoming AIA Conference on Architecture in Orlando (April 27 to 29). You can see all those articles on this page. Here, Senior Editor Matt Shaw’s editorial from that issue highlights what we’ve explored in the Sunshine State.
Since The Architect’s Newspaper (AN) switched from four weekly regional editions to one single national monthly, we have worked tirelessly to maintain our in-depth regional coverage of architecture, even if it is packaged differently. But sometimes we miss the intense focus on one region for one issue. That is why for our AIA special issue, which coincides with the AIA Conference on Architecture in Orlando, Florida, we decided to make a Florida regional issue, in the spirit of our old East, Midwest, West, and Southwest editions. We could call it Southeast, but there is so much building and development going on in Florida that we wanted to give it the classic AN treatment by itself.
What exactly is happening there?
Most of the high-profile development is in Miami, where The Four Seasons stands as the tallest building in the city at 789 feet, but will soon be surpassed by the 830-foot-tall Panorama Tower, and soon after that both will likely be passed by a wave of supertalls that are in the planning process. There are nearly a dozen proposals in various states of planning, including World Trade Center of the Americas, The Towers by Foster + Partners, KPF’s One Bayfront Plaza, and Skyrise Miami, a.k.a. “The Eiffel Tower of the Magic City.” The FAA has never approved a building over 1,049 feet, so that is the designated height of many, including the latter three listed above.
The 17-million-square-foot Miami Worldcenter emphasizes pedestrian movement across its 27 acres to benefit its extensive retail programming and connect the project to nearby major developments and neighborhoods. Downtown Miami is located just south of the Worldcenter, while the Miami Arts District lies to the north and the new Brightline MiamiCentral Station is being built to the west. (© Digital Blackmagic)
This boom shows that while the condo market in South Florida may actually be cooling off, the cities are not. In our feature, we profile Miami from several angles, showing a complex metropolis layered with architecture and design activity. The latest wave of development has brought with it a new civic-mindedness to a city that is struggling to escape its car-centric culture and is slowly growing to offer more urbane experiences through infrastructure, density, and advances in technology. The re-urbanization of Miami parallels many other places, but it has its own characteristic development patterns.
The paradox of building directly in the face of sea-level rise may seem daunting, especially as the governor of Florida continues to deny climate change and forbids government employees from using the term. Luckily, there is hope: A sub-state organization of counties and municipalities are taking the lead without state help. Since 2009, the counties of Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach have led the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact. Other partners include the Institute for Sustainable Communities, South Florida Water Management District, The Nature Conservancy – Florida Chapter, and the Florida Climate Institute. Along with a collection of cities and towns, they have been working together—and meeting annually—to coordinate mitigation and adaptation activities across county lines, as well as address funding and policy issues.
Working-class neighborhoods around Miami organize to reject gentrification. (Courtesy Mitchell Zachs)
In Miami, there is also work being done to combat the social issues of sea-level rise threatening the city, as there is real concern that up to 50 percent of the land will not be habitable in the coming decades. What will happen if this is true? Not only would real estate become unusable, but higher ground that is now affordable could become unaffordable for those who live there, if that territory becomes more desirable to those displaced along the shore. To offset that, many are looking to Philadelphia’s anti-gentrification “Development Without Displacement” methods such as the tax exemptions in the Longtime Owner-Occupant Program (LOOP), and other alternative ownership incentives and models, and applying them to a GIS-based plan for the city.
These contradictory forces—the ocean and the city—may pose a threat to Miami if no action is taken, but they are also what makes it so desirable. The landscape and the resultant tourism industry—hotels, malls, resorts, beaches, nightlife—fuels a tropical paradise with urban, suburban, and rural issues as compelling and complex as anywhere.
Because we cover Florida regularly, we have some past coverage that might interest those who enjoy this issue. Click here for a list of past articles.
Special thanks to landscape architect Walter Meyer of Local Office Landscape Architecture whose help was indispensable for this issue.
Article source: https://archpaper.com/2017/04/architects-newspaper-florida-issue/
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