Visualizing the AEC World
For years now 3D rendered images, were seen as a ‘nice to have’ feature and thrown out once the project had been won. So what role does it play nowadays? Utilizing 3D rendered models not only helps AEC professionals and designers better understand the entire project plan but also gives companies the ability to give their client’s and stakeholders better visibility and collaboration across the projects lifecycle.
3D design visualization helps lower the risk of error throughout the project’s lifecycle. With the rise of VR, AR and MR comes a whole new way for companies in the AEC Industry to save time and money in design changes by virtually or physically walking around the model and making changes as they come up. ATG has partnered with Industry leading companies to provide our clients with the best solutions on the market.
Real-Time Rendering & Virtual Reality Software
Enscape is a Real-Time Rendering and Virtual Reality engine for Revit, Sketchup, ArchiCAD and Rhino. Enscape will immediately show the changes made to the project, even in VR. Enscape offers a great variety of options to be able to share your model in its current state with all parties involved with the project.
Suite of Solutions for Common AEC Problems
Fuzor is a bi-directional synchronization tool for Revit, ArchiCAD, and Rhino. Fuzor offers a suite of tools that will help in the early design and conceptual phase all the way to VDC, all the while giving users the ability to collaborate across any device anywhere in the world at the same time. Fuzors ability to experience your models in VR, AR and on mobile devices IOS and Android with ease is leading the way in the AEC industry.
V-Ray For Revit
Chaos Group (the makers of V-Ray) have been leading the way for rendering engines around the world for the last 20 years. It is used by architectural firms, advertising agencies, visual effects and game development companies around the globe. V-Ray for Revit gives users the ability to achieve photorealistic images while never having to leave Revit.
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