Hyper-realistic: Computer Generated Architectural Renderings

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McGraw-Hill, Sep 1, 1996 - Architecture - 191 pages
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This fully illustrated book explores how architectural leaders are using CAD and rendering software to create ever more dynamic forms and more complex building interrelationships. It uses detailed computer models, fly-through animations, and full-sound videos--complete with interviews with architects, renders, and computer artists. The interactive CD takes users on an exquisite 3-D journey through each project.

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