Architectual Visualisation

CityEngine: ESRI and Lumion a first look.

Yesterday a license for CityEngine landed on our desk from the nice people at ESRI and to be honest we were a little too excited for our own good, after all its only software. However, CityEngine and its integration with ESRI ArcGIS, while maintaining full export capabilities to load into 3DMax/Lumion/Unity etc,…

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The Colosseum Viz: Bucharest, Romania by Uniform

Uniform have recently finished a short film on behalf of the Romanian real estate company Nova Imobiliare, the investment group behind The Colosseum project in Bucharest, Romania. Uniform’s role was to develop a film that gave potential occupiers and customers a clear vision for this spectacular destination. The film had…

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Leadwerks Engine for Architectural Visualisation

Its always good to see innovation in the field of real-time visualisation in relation to architectural projects. Our argument is usually not to go for the known route, the high priced software engines, but to explore other solutions for clients. As such it is really nice to see visualisation company…

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Jan Jelinek & Visiomat: Modell Stadt Berlin

Below is a contemporary audiovisual collaboration between Jan Jelinek and Visiomat inc. It is possibly one of the most surreal we have featured on digital urban but with its imposing soundtrack it is almost hypnotic. Jan Jelinek’s approach is all about the transformation of sound, about translating parameters of popular…

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Architectural Visualisation in Crysis (The Engine)

Vladymi, an architect from Ukraine, got in contact to let us know that as a result of some of our blog posts he has decided to move almost entirely to game engines for visualisation. His current ‘engine’ of choice is the CryEngine2: Vladymi makes the point that such engines allow…

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Times Avenue, Kuala Lumpur by metamosaic

The architectural visualisation below details Times Avenue, Kuala Lumpur. It is an exclusive corporate building that brings work and lifestyle together for a perfect working environment (that’s marketing talk for you can live above the office). The company behind the visualisation is metamosaic, a design studio setup in 2003 to…

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