Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI) has become a common tool in today’s graphics industries. The term has been used in various tech discussion groups and has become a mainstay in today’s entertainment and design industries. It can also be referred to as 3D Rendering.
CGI has been used in a variety of methods. Whether it’s for commercial, production, or entertainment purposes, it has become a tool to push these said industries to do better.
However, CGI has always been a bit of a vague subject. Aside from the special effects in our action movies, what exactly is CGI?
Selecting a company to provide you with 3D rendering can be daunting if you aren’t entrenched in the industry. The terms, technical details and knowledge of what separates an average render from a great render can easily become overwhelming. (to learn more about the process take a look at our 3D Rendering Page) Whether you are looking for an architectural render, a 3d product render, virtual reality or an animation, the same core concepts apply when selecting a business to help you turn your dreams into reality and some things to look for to avoid having it turn into a nightmare.
We have all heard the old adage “measure twice, cut once”. However, this mentality stretches beyond simple measurements of a piece of lumber, no stone should be left un-turned when it comes to planning out your next building. Houses are one of the largest investments people will make in their lives, it is important as a home builder or designer to reduce as much stress on the home-owner as possible and answer as many questions as they may have to help them feel at ease. When a home owner has elected to build a new home, particularly a custom home, they are faced with a great number of concerns: