Architectural Views and Tools
Architectural views are the representation of the structure that is to be developed. The architect develops a set of views that will allow the project to be understood by the clients and by those involved in the development process. A comprehensive CAD architectural design enables the clients to verify that their specifications regarding the structure have been adequately depicted.
One Point Perspective: The structure converges towards the axis of one coordinate. Frequently used for drawings of interiors.
Two Point Perspective: The structure converges towards the axis of two coordinates. Usually used for interiors and exteriors.
Three Point Perspective: A third coordinate is added. The structure converges towards all three coordinates.
Composite View: Provides a comprehensive and complete view of the structure.
AutoCAD: includes a full set of basic modeling, and 3D drawing tools can be used as a platform for other products such as 3D studio MAX, Revit and more.
3D MAX: is a full-featured 3D graphics application developed by Autodesk Media and Entertainment. It runs on the Win32 and Win64 platforms.
Maya: is a popular, proprietary integrated 3D software suite, evolved from Alias PowerAnimator. Maya is used in the film and television industry,
as well as for computer and video games, and design.
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