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3D Visualization Technologies: Seeing a World of Opportunity

  
  
  
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Industries as diverse as architecture, engineering, construction, advertising, and medical have all incorporated an array of 3D visualization technologies into their design, development, and production processes. A rapidly expanding library of 3D modeling tools, 3D content, and 3D printing materials have made design more cost-effective and expedited the product-to-market process. But how exactly do 3D visualization technologies work? Taking a closer look at the science behind the innovation reveals a striking convergence in which state-of-the-art research processes meet a growing understanding of visual communication.

2013

3D Architectural Rendering used in Historic Building Preservation

  
  
  
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3D visualization has significantly changed architecture in the conventional sense of the term. With software, cameras and other tools, organizations can preserve monuments, recreate structures and improve the power of visual communication. The power of 3D architectural rendering has been recently put on display at the reclamation project of a long-idle water works.

2013

Architects use 3D modeling to create photorealistic models

  
  
  
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Organizations from numerous industries have been investing in 3D technologies to bring their businesses' visions to life. 3D architectural modeling, in particular, has become very popular as it allows builders and buyers to gain a better perspective on what finished structures will look like as well as improve the development process. With 3D rendering and accurate imaging technologies, architects can create unique layouts and help companies build structures in line with their original visions.

2013

3D printing market heats up with growing industry interest

  
  
  
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3D printing technology has made significant improvement in the design and development process in the architecture, engineering and construction market sectors. Using 3D modeling software, dynamic imaging and onsite 3D printing, organizations have been able to considerably speed up the creation and production processes, allowing developers to send items to market quickly.

2013
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Art installations use 3D mapping to re-visualize architecture

  
  
  
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Both art and architecture have found new forms of expression and productive design through the use of technologies like 3D architectural modeling and mapping. The convergence of art and architecture through 3D visualization technology is a relatively new phenomenon, but it has already spawned the development of a few creative projects. For example, 3D video mapping uses architecture as the screen for projections, according to ArchDaily contributor Thomas Schielke.

2013

3D architectural models improve facility lifecycles

  
  
  
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Construction modeling provides many positive benefits for the architecture industry, enabling organizations to bring their vision to life. Gone are the days where architects just relied on pencil-and-paper drafts and projected measurements. 3D technology streamlines the process of design and development, expediting facility lifecycles and ensuring a successful finished product.

2013

GM uses 3D scanning tools to reverse engineer the competition

  
  
  
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Several auto industry leaders have recently unveiled 3D visualization technologies that vastly improve the speed and precision of their product development and manufacturing processes. Ford began using 3D technologies to improve gear assembly and improve the quality of surface paint jobs. Now, General Motors revealed that the company utilizes 3D scanning technology to get a literal inside look at the competition.

2013
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Ford uses 3D technologies to improve assembly

  
  
  
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In what is thought to be the first application of 3D visualization technology in automobile construction, engineers at Ford are utilizing 3D mapping to improve vehicle assembly. Ford assembly engineers used 3D mapping technology to adjust the manufacture of the rear axle parts in their F-Series pickup trucks and observe any problems in surface paint coating.

2013

The future of 3D printing: A world of opportunity

  
  
  
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3D printing is one of today's most disruptive technologies. 3D printing technology has considerably changed the process of design, development and innovation in an array of industries and will continue to shape the future objectives of many organizations. With additions to 3D capabilities popping up almost every day, 3D printing technology offers a bright future.

2013
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3D visualization technologies lead to dinosaur fossil breakthrough

  
  
  
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Advances in 3D visualization technologies have helped scientists and researchers in many fields see their subjects in a new light. Interactive 3D imaging enables researchers to enhance their analysis and offers them a level of detailed specificity never before available. It's especially beneficial in sciences that rely heavily on forensics reconstruction - or entirely upon reconstruction, as in the case of dinosaur fossils.

2013
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