RENDERING & PRESENTATION

RENDERING & PRESENTATION

Test Drive Your Home With Virtual Reality

Virtual reality was a thing of mystery in the early 1990s when it first started to pop up in music videos and major motion pictures.  Pop culture was laden with images of people donning intricate helmets and gloves, with wires running from each into advanced computers...

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Presentation Drawings

Stand out Presentations When marketing a space to a client, you want to convey your ideas effectively so you ultimately walk away with the job. The same is true for sample drawings that you use on your website to attract new clients. So, what makes a good modern...

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Using the Envisioneer VR App

Once you have uploaded a project using the Generate Panoramic View feature in Envisioneer, you will be able to view it in the HomeView VR App, available free from the Google Play Store and Apple iTunes Store: Open the HomeView VR App. The first time you open it you...

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Generating a Panoramic View

In Envisioneer you can create a panoramic view to export to the Envisioneer VR Smartphone App. This is a great way to share your work with clients, friends and family. To use the new Generate Panoramic View Feature: 1. Ensure that you are in a 3D Camera View (3D...

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Lighting For Renderings (Video)

This is a 3 part video series on rendering. Part 1 is on Lighting and the dramatic role that lighting plays in a good rendering. We will discuss the natural lighting in a scene and how to change the light levels in a room to change the...

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View Types (Video)

In the Envisioneer there are many different ways that you can view and subsequently print your model. The Display Mode tool slips the model into Wireframe mode -- a more technical look at the model, Hidden Line -- great for printing when you are not sure of colour...

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Materials for Rendering (Video)

Elements in an Envisioneer model have materials applied to their surfaces. Every material has finish properties that determine how much the material reflects, emits and absorbs light. These factors can affect the rendered...

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