How Virtual Reality is interlinked with 3D rendering
3D rendering is a subset of computer graphics that has been with us for a few decades now, while Virtual Reality is still taking its baby steps – although its development is very quick and we can bet that soon it will become an indispensable part of our everyday lives. How the advent of Virtual Reality has influenced the reality of 3D rendering artists? Find out below!
Basically, the growing popularity of Virtual Reality means that real-time rendering is going to become a bigger part of 3D rendering than ever before. Real-time rendering is different to classic 3D rendering in that it does not create a static image, but rather a complex series of images that are being streamed from the memory of a device: a process that has been experienced by anyone who has ever played a 3D video game. Since Virtual Reality allows its uses to move around in virtual worlds, the real-time rendering technology that enables electronic devices to basically generate virtual space in real-time based on pre-existing rendering is going to become more in-demand than ever before. This means that architectural visualization companies have to take notice, as their clients are already expecting more than just static images as a sales pitch. The opportunities provided by virtual architecture walkthrough services are immense: thanks to them, the architectural studios can provide the clients models of proposed buildings that can be not only watched, but actively explored. Virtual Reality is allowing those models to become even more immersive and therefore they are already used in Sitopoland's architectural visualization for example. There is every reason to expect that more and more architectural visualization companies will follow suit. The possibilities are very exciting indeed!