Animation architecture is the practice of developing computer generated movies of architectural projects as a tool for reviewing and refining a design. The first 3d animation architectures were produced as early as the mid-1970s and several architectural firms are considered early 3d animation innovators. Visualizing the spatial qualities of a new structure is difficult. Animation architecture is a key tool to identify improvements to a design before construction starts.
|Definition||The practice of developing computer generated movies of architectural projects.|
|Value||Visualizing the complexities of an architectural space to identify improvements before construction starts. Winning business and achieving client sign off milestones.|
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