So last week I wrote of how ADAM had included 3d rendering into their product, now they have released a short video demonstration to show the power of what is on offer.
I for one had my jaw on the floor when watching Dirk Noppe’s presentation so I hope these capabilities have the same effect on you.
Remember the Advantages of the 3d engine are these:
No special requirements for the client hardware, even smart phones can display the most complex 3D file
Server can be configured up to the needs: multiple CPU’s/GPU’s, loads of RAM
No waiting to download hundreds of MB’s
No waiting for the client to render the file
3D-files are mostly very bulky files: up to gigabytes in size
To view these files, every polygon needs to be rendered
Simple 3D files contain thousands of polygons, complex files contain hundreds of millions of polygons
If rendering on client, whole file needs to be on the client, and the client needs a rendering software
Client computers need to be very powerful to cope with this (CPU/GPU)
In order to define the right file, it needs to be viewed from different angles and zoom factors
Users have to download huge files only to see that it was the wrong one!
And remember the interfaces are fully customizable!
Still watch the video and see for yourself the power that it has to offer then contact ADAM for a full demonstration.
Author: Gary George
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Tags: 3d, ADAM, design applications, Pre-media, production