In this much-needed guide, authors Dong and Gibson show that computer-aided design can do more than simply assist in production tasks. They reveal that digital graphics, by enabling the user to create a virtual, three-dimensional world, is actually a marvelous tool for creating and manipulating designs. With superb illustrations and clear explanations, the authors open the reader's eyes to the magic of computer graphics. Architects and designers of all levels will discover digital graphics' powerful capabilities, learning how to:
-- Simulate the changes of daylight in an interior
-- Create virtual environments to "walk" through
-- "Inhabit" the built environment as the client would experience it
-- See in advance how a design will look in reality
Digital Graphics for Architectural and Interior Visualization covers theoretical concepts, technical information, and creative case studies using a variety of software packages, including AutoCAD, 3D Studio, Form Z, Animator Pro, Photoshop, CorelDraw with an emphasis on AutoDesk products throughout.
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