We are pleased to announce Barcelona Pavillion: designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, it’s an important building in the history of modern architecture, known for its simple form and its spectacular use of extravagant materials, such as marble, red onyx and travertine. Here is a short example video:
This project was made with our latest workflow for both internal and external lighting. We used this famous landmark to exemplify the workflow and the new features. By acquiring this complete project you will see how we have achieved a photorealistic result in real-time with optimized FPS on this scene.
You can buy the complete project here or download the free visualization demo here.
It is a wonderful work . Great transition of lights between internal and external areas. The materials and textures are note 10 , when viewing with glasses , sure immersion will be violent . Please would like to get this project at its source because the techniques used here are ahead of our time. Surely the world would like to see the pyramids of Giza in realtime . Who knows? Congratulations Daniel !
Hi Daniel. Congratulations for your remarkable work. It would be amazing if you render unbuilt or destroyed architecture landmarks (the best possible homage would be to make a virtual visit) such as the Larkin Building in Buffalo or the Jorba Laboratories in Madrid. Greetings
Cool! If some one interested its near of Plaza España =) Great job!