Our brief for this South Devon CGI rendering project was to produce 8 high resolution images. These images from the two new build homes were to be used for estate agent publicity literature.
The 360 degree images or photosheres shown below where an added bonus for the client. They work well for tight internal spaces, such as bathrooms. They solve the problem of a single image not capturing the whole room.
For really immersive VR experience we recommend viewing via Facebook on a smart phone or tablet. This allows the user to simply aim the device where they want to look.
Drone footage was supplied to us for adding the CGI house models. Unfortunately the drone video was not only expensive but also unusable which is the main reason we now use our own in-house drone equipment.
There is quite a lot of knowledge required to producing good drone footage for CGI. Just buying expensive equipment and software isn’t going to work.
We actually understand how the software works, it’s requirements and limitations. If in doubt please ask our advice.
An interactive WebGL model viewer is shown below. This allows the user to fully interact with the 3d model of the bungalow.
This was an unfinished test (from 2015) with lighting but no materials added. The technology has moved on quite a bit in the meantime so please ask us about the latest developments in VR and online 3D viewers.