Do you remember the photos of &Traditions new designs
that I showed you in a post a few weeks ago? I just got an email from an architect who used a 3D-rendering software to reproduce the images because he was so inspired by them, so he tried to catch the wonderful light in the photos.
Meaning, he created these pictures himself, from scratch, on his computer, to look almost exactly as the original photos. I think it’s just crazy how far 3D graphics has come in the last few years! No one could tell that these are not photographs, and I almost can’t tell the difference between these and the originals. Can you?
I actually studied 3D graphics briefly in college, but let me tell you, pictures like these weren’t even imaginable back then, and even though we had some great software, these results would have been impossible even for the most talented persons. (I was not among those talented persons. I was happy if I could make an image that someone could see what it was supposed to depict. Like a ball, or a snowman…)
All images by Lasse Rode at Xoio