Leveraging Real-Time Visualisation to Communicate Design
Some architects and designers find traditional visual representation challenging, as it’s often disconnected from the design process. But how we visualize design is changing thanks to advances in real-time visualization technology.
This next generation of visualization technology leverages advances in graphics cards and the same rendering technology that you find in today’s high-end video games to immediately transform your design into a fully-navigable 3D rendered model. The results being achieved are incredibly impressive, instant, and very easy to achieve.
One visualization tool that is already being used by 85 out of the top 100 architectural firms is Enscape – real-time rendering software that plugs directly into Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, Archicad, and Vectorworks. Enscape provides you with instant visualizations and virtual reality experiences that seamlessly integrate into your design workflow.
“With Enscape being able to smoothly navigate even our largest models, we are able to experience any stage of design in real-time with stunning quality and realism.”
Paul Renner, BIM Practice Specialist, KPF
With real-time visualization tools such as Enscape, designers can work on their model on one screen, and instantly see changes they make in a 3D visualization on another. It helps you, your clients, and partners to better visualize your ideas, it also allows you to walk through your project and get a real feel for what the space will be like once it is built. Clash detection is easy, annotating issues improves collaboration, and decision points can be reached much faster.
To learn more about how leveraging real-time visualization can help you to communicate your design ideas, join us for a webinar on February 3 with DBEI and Enscape. We’ll dive into the product and show you exactly how Enscape works and how it can help architects, engineers, and the builders of tomorrow to design, visualize and shape our future world.
Webinar: How to Visualize and Communicate Your Designs With Enscape
February 3, 2021