Photorealistic / 3D Imaging
Photorealism is called the three-dimensional representation of buildings or other design objects by means of a computer, with faithful representation of materials, colors and lighting.
Photorealistic interior and exterior designs are now essential in the current era, as they make it easier for the scholar to understand and improve his work, provide the ability to control the colors, materials and aesthetics of the work and facilitate the perception of construction as it really will be.
Photorealistic imaging factors
Στην IONIKI when we make photorealistic designs we think:
- the actual imaging needs of the project
- the need for a visual sense of something that does not yet exist
- the improvements that can be made to the project
In this way we can better understand the projects and make significant improvements at critical times.
Elements of photorealism
With photorealism, you can see the design in three-dimensional form in great resolution, enriched with lighting elements that arise from the surrounding area, such as the sun, electric lighting, reflections and atmospheric illumination. It also depicts the shades resulting from the illumination, as well as the style (texture) of each surface. However, the most important feature is that it allows you to move around and see realistic depiction of even the smallest detail of the design.
In IONIKI, we perceive photorealism as the bridge that unites our architectural designs with reality. We want to attribute the feeling of being in the project before you even start building it.