3D Walkthroughs, 3D Renderings and 3D Floor Plans – Perfect For New Home Sales

November 26, 2007

In the past, when trying to market a soon to be developed single family home, the amount of affordable pre-sales marketing tools was extremely limited. Certainly, photos could not be used as there was nothing yet to photograph, and watercolor renderings were just not capturing the attention of buyers.

Enter—3Dwalkthroughs.com. We have recently been working on adding a much more streamlined and affordable suite of Custom 3D Walkthroughs , 3D Renderings and 3D Floor Plans to our existing product mix. This new suite of 3D products will be specifically geared to the yet to be developed single family home.

The products within our new suite of 3D offerings are created with floor plans,
CAD files, elevations and specific information delivered by the interior designers. We decided to create this new suite of products based on our most recent research which highlighted the unbelievably poor quality of 3D renderings and 3D walkthroughs being used across the country.

We are also speaking with a few new mapping companies whose technologies will integrate very nicely with our new suite of products. The marriage of these 2 technologies is sure to attract a lot more interested buyers to a pre-developed single family home…and more qualified ones at that.


Attending College in a 3D Virtual World

November 25, 2007

3Dwalkthroughs.com has been finding many examples of universities building a virtual presence in Second Life. Similar to the virtual trade shows we have seen, 3D virtual classrooms are not trying to totally replace their real life counterparts, rather complement them.

Integrating 3D virtual classrooms into a universities curriculum allows the teacher to reach a larger audience in a more immersive way than just posting text and photos on a schools intranet.

Some 300 schools, with about 4,200 educators from around the world, are now taking part, said Claudia L’Amoreaux of Linden Lab (creators of Second Life). Stanford University recently developed a new Second Life site that includes a virtual library. Stanford’s School of Education and the humanities lab also have sites.

“The 3D Internet is this immersive place and it’s very different than any kind of Web-based learning,” L’Amoreaux said.

Schools such as the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are even creating virtual school pharmacies and planetariums or interactive library catalogs and book-loaning projects.

For San Jose State, building a virtual campus gave distance learners a sense of “being present,” said Linda Main, associate director of the School of Library and Information Science and a professor at San Jose State for 21 years.

Main said the school’s virtual campus has allowed its small library program to offer more courses to a wider range of students, who come from more than nine countries. Fifty percent live in Southern California.

The virtual campus “has changed the whole concept of place – there’s no need to move here to become a librarian,” Main said.

Next fall, Main said, the department is going to make it a requirement for students to include a Second Life component.

Source: Mercurynews.com

3Dwalkthroughs.com believes that just like virtual trade shows, many new applications will be launched specifically focused on 3D virtual universities. These new applications will address and overcome any limitations existing in Second Life, and provide an even more valuable and interactive 3D learning experience.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.


3D Rendering Used in Ocean’s 13

November 24, 2007


Last night my wife and I decided to stay in and watch Ocean’s 13. Without giving away too much of the movie, the plot involves a heist of sorts of the fictitious Bank Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

As a frequent visitor to Las Vegas we had to stop and think for a second if we ever remember seeing a Bank Hotel. After a few seconds we realized that it was a 3D Rendering interspersed into an actual view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Benedict, the owner of the Bellagio, made a comment about the tower of Bank’s Casino casting a shadow over his pool. The Bank hotel is an orangish glass structure consisting of three symmetrical towers winding around each other like a strand of DNA. The 3D Rendering is actually superimposed on the SE corner of Harmon & Las Vegas Blvd currently the home of the Harley Davidson Café – a single story building with no resemblance to the Bank Casino.

3Dwalkthroughs.com applauds the company that created the 3D rendering as it actually left us wondering if it was real for a second. This is the ultimate goal of any 3D Walkthrough, 3D Floor Plan or 3D Rendering we create.