What types of building information are best portrayed in 3D views?
- Which stakeholders require 2D views, and why?
2D Views highlight technical annotations such as length, width, and surface area. When consulting a 2D Diagram, one places emphasis on the volume such a structure would require, and can clearly see how much of a material is needed.
Give examples of how the building information for a specific location in the project needs to be filtered for different audiences and purposes?
Sorting appliances and structures through separate project locations allows for a more organized break-down for what is needed in construction. For example, having a separate location plumbing will be useful when installing plumbing needs. Having a specific location for furniture, will help with that. Different diagrams break up the filled up site plan into different appliances and structures.
Should your design ideas always be conveyed through photorealistic renders?
- How does the level of detail in the rendering and its presentation affect the perception of stakeholders reviewing your design?
When in the endgame of your design, the artist has a choice whether to portray the 3D diagram as realistic or not. Added realism in the graphic shows the consumer of how it will look in real life and can be used to create a better visual of the structure before it is made. However, for construction purposes (dimensions, material, etc), shaded visuals work too.
Name some applications where viewing the building and model information in virtual reality or augmented reality would be most beneficial?
- Are there advantages to using a C.A.V.E as a virtual environment versus VR headsets?