spherical renders of 3D cities

Started by Aerometrex, August 10, 2017, 01:20:22 am

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Aerometrex

Hi,

I just wanted to share with the community some of the work we do using Terragen.
We simulate the balcony views of high rise apartments which haven't been built yet.

Melbourne:
http://aerometrex.com.au/demo/Melbourne_demo_315m.html
http://aerometrex.com.au/demo/Melbourne_demo_200m.html

Sydney:
http://aerometrex.com.au/demo/Sydney_demo_200m.html

Adelaide:
http://aerometrex.com.au/demo/ADL_demo.html
I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
http://aero3dpro.com

Dune


mhaze


DannyG

Lots of work went into these, well done

masonspappy

 I really like the effect I get when viewing this on my iPhone. When I turn my iPhone from left to right or up or down the view moves accordingly, unlike a static snapshot

J_Con


Oshyan

Nice views. Would be great in VR. Though I was expecting to look down/around and see my "virtual apartment". Bit of a shock to find out I am skydiving in most of them. ;)

- Oshyan

Aerometrex

Quote from: Oshyan on August 11, 2017, 02:57:43 pm
Nice views. Would be great in VR. Though I was expecting to look down/around and see my "virtual apartment". Bit of a shock to find out I am skydiving in most of them. ;)

- Oshyan


It is great in VR, I've done a few and played with the Oculus rift. I usually restrict the viewing angle to 270 degrees horizontal and 120 degrees vertical. Some clients want to see a bit of the apartment context some don't. It is a fun commercial use of Terragen.
I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
http://aero3dpro.com