3D modeling has changed the way many industries work for the better. With the advent of 3D models came 3D rendering, essentially another way to present structural plans. In the architectural industry, plans were traditionally 2D, with top-down plans that gave a general idea of what the building would look like.
What is 3D Rendering?
3D rendering is the conversion of information from a 3D model to a 2D image. To put it plainly, it’s the process of turning information from a 3D model into a more common 2D image file. It allows for an even more detailed visual representation of the space being created. Instead of a 2D, top-down drawing with measurements, clients have a more realistic view of what the space will end up looking like. It is either used artistically or for more realistic projects like mock-ups for houses and buildings.
3D rendering allows BPOs to provide affordable solutions to the architectural industry. The ability to create, edit, and share these 3D models and renderings from a computer allows BPOs to help small to mid-sized businesses compete by offering remote professionals at cost-effective price points.
The depth of field offered by these images will allow clients to visualize what the space could be. It accurately allows architects to create a visual for the designs they have in their heads. In a more physical manner, 3D renderings actually allow architects to find and eliminate weak or stress points in their designs. This could be the difference between creating a portfolio that boosts sales or will keep you fighting for clients.
Real Estate Industry
The real estate industry can be thought of as the “next step” after the architectural industry and it only makes sense that 3D rendering is used here as well. Like in the architectural industry, 3D models and rendering allow BPOs to offer lower prices. These professionals are comparable with the ones you might find while sourcing local, at least in terms of skills.
Also, like the architectural industry, 3D models increase the chances of a sale. Even before viewing the property, a 3D render can be created to give clients a preview of the place. In fact, the 3D renders could include images of fully furnished space in order to show off different designs that are possible.
With COVID still existing in the background of everyday life, 3D rendering allows more health-conscious clients who are looking to purchase a home the opportunity to view the space they’re looking at without actually visiting the place. With the advancement of technology, these renders have gotten more and more realistic. In some cases, the people buying the home will actually use the 3D model as inspiration when actually decorating it.
The Wrap Up
3D rendering has brought architectural and real estate industries into the modern era. The technology as also allowed BPOs to help smaller businesses stay competitive in the market. With BPOs offering 3D rendering specialists at cost-effective prices, small businesses can afford to use the same methods of attracting customers and clients as bigger businesses. 3D rendering software has also allowed BPOs to step up their offering solutions, making sure they keep up with industry trends.