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Could you imagine going one day without your cell phone? Many of us feel lost without our mobile devices; in fact, the need for social media and technological communications has grown significantly in our culture. It’s truly amazing how far technology has advanced and how much it impacts our daily lives.

With the growth of our technology there are other exciting developments, such as 3D rendering. 3D rendering relies on the use of programs such as 3D Studio Max, Maya, to create a lifelike preview and show concepts that were previously only able to be viewed as a one-dimensional drawing or blue print, to become more lifelike and help explain and illustrate concepts from new buildings to animated characters to the movements of the human body.

3D rendering is an incredible tool. In architectural renderings, is extremely beneficial for industries as new buildings are designed. In essence, 3D rendering can turn architectural business ideas, dreams, and visions into a true reality. It can show movement, such as trains or cars passing an office park, and can provide a more realistic feel to the size and scale of buildings, interiors, etc. It presents an accurate and realistic picture of all design elements that blueprints could not translate to the average customer. Although we all use technology on a daily basis, it is still exciting every time we can witness architectural constructions before they even appear.

3D architectural rendering has a major role in real estate sales as well. With this innovative process, potential buyers can see more precisely the space, color scheme and layout of a potential home, even one that is not yet built. This is a major advantage for those selling real estate, as potential buyers get a much more accurate representation of homes they are interested in, and can help sway a purchase that may otherwise not have occurred.

With 3D architectural renderings, virtual tours can be created as well. Virtual tours give a client the chance to experience the predicted interior of a building before it is constructed, as if they were walking through it in person. Additionally, panoramic renderings can be produced in order to receive a full view.

Animation is another feature which 3D rendering can produce fantastic results. Many industries can benefit from the use of 3D animation for a variety of different purposes. Those quirky cartoon characters you see on your television for business commercials are created thanks to the art of 3D rendering. However, 3D animation is not just for cartoons – it is now possible, with animation, to produce life-like movements of the human body for medical uses, such as instruction to students in medical programs or to show potential patients the potential outcomes of a surgery or course of treatment.

There are practically endless applications in which 3D rendering can be used. All it takes is a vision and for a 3D rendering company to take that idea and turn it into a reality.