The inside of a building can be showcased with interior 3D renders.
They can demonstrate the space of any architectural object, residential or commercial, in photorealistic quality.
Interior renders are great for showing planning, lighting schemes, materials and textures, furniture, and decor.
Exterior 3D renders allow an architect to demonstrate a building from any angle. For instance, there can be a perspective view, a top view, a closeup, etc.
This makes it possible to see how the future building will fit into the surroundings, how it can look if done in different materials, and so on.
For the last few years, the tantalising prospect of the digital twin has captured people’s imaginations.
Buildings, bridges, airports and other assets, represented in a virtual form, displaying every aspect of their current use, occupancy, performance and cost, in real-time, accessible from anywhere.
This is possible thanks to the convergence of existing, emerging and affordable technologies like BIM, 5G, sensors, backed with programming expertise.
The digital twin promises to turn disparate data into actionable business intelligence for the first time.
Digital twins are a combination of data, visualisation and connected sensors offering unparalleled levels of insight. But they're also more than this. Digital twins are about connecting our physical and digital worlds to produce high value insights and outcomes.