This is technology’s brightest supernova era. There have been numerous technological advancements in the software industry.
The evolution of 3D Printing and its adaption in the construction industry is beginning at a rapid space.
People looking out for a new place, their ‘home sweet home’, want one thing from their architect/designer, to allow that
BluEnt has over a decade-plus years of experience in providing internal and external 3D rendering to its customers.
We are living in a virtual world. Technology has always fascinated me. I still look at it as magic. It has almost changed the way we work or be artistic for that matter. In old times, architecture was all about pencils and sketches which required the artists time and energy. 3D technologies have significantly changed the design
Not everyone has an ear for music, but almost everyone has an eye for art. As an architect, renderings are a form of art. However, there exists a point when we become a bit cynical about our own renderings. We start noticing flaws, spend hours wondering if something is amiss, sometimes we even question our own
3D is everywhere. From medicine to fashion to architecture, 3D is pushing boundaries and upsetting old limits and re-writing traditional methods of presentation.
Ever since Prometheus stole fire from the gods, man has set out on his ultimate ambition – the creation of life itself. Believe it or not, we have, for the first time, developed a way to print 3D