Monthly Archives: February 2013

Hunters Point regeneration proposals

Thanks to 3D Materials World / Future Publishing Ltd. for this item. In the San Francisco Bay Area, USA, Hunters Point has for decades been seen as a marginalised, post-industrial urban area. wiki Recently serious proposals for wholesale regeneration have … Continue reading

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Use of 3D modelling for Urban Planning

Article from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. USA: “The world of urban planning is forever changing.” “What once was a field dominated by hand-drawn sketches and large-scale models is now being taken over by computer-generated virtual interpretations and three-dimensional landscapes. Programs like Google … Continue reading

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Tips for visualising buildings

Here’s a brief list of experienced tips for architectural visualisation. The colour distortions look overdone, but that may just to make them obvious  in the illustrations. article

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How to draw a stair easily

At the SketchUp Materials Library, there’s advice on how to draw a stair using the “multiple copies” feature: here.

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New satellite for imagery

“NASA’s Landsat 8 satellite to launch on February 11 NASA is set to launch the Landsat 8 satellite [tomorrow], the latest in their ongoing Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM). This launch is exciting as this will be one of the … Continue reading

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