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twinmotion

Twinmotion Vs Reality

34,961 views 3 years ago
More than 50,000 people from some 126 countries visited the blog - so a big thank you one and all for showing interest!

We'd also like to thank the people and businesses that helped, supported, advised or encouraged us throughout the development of Twinmotion: Aéroports de Paris, Atelier d'architecture Chaix & Morel, Atelier Jean Nouvel, Peter Cook, Eric Owen Moss, Peter Eisenmann, Philippe Chiambaretta Architectes, JCDecaux, Zaha Hadid Architects, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Bernard Viry, Han Tümertekin, Tabanlioglu Architects, Odile Decq and the Ecole Spécial d'Architecture, thank you again.

We hope you liked the provocative little title we chose for the Twinmotion blog and the way we've expressed our view that other ways of working with 3D do exist - especially in architecture.

Twinmotion will not replace current rendering software, that's not what it's for; its vocation lies elsewhere - as an immersion tool.

Our experience in architecture and 3D has shown us that moving about inside a project, in real-time, changes the way we perceive things and therefore the way we create.

We are not seeking 'absolute' image realism (though GPU technology is getting us there slowly) but we do want to uncover the 'truth'.

It's a new tool which we hope will present you with a new perspective and a broader view of project possibilities.
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More than 50,000 people from some 126 countries visited the blog - so a big thank you one and all for showing interest!

We'd also like to thank the people and businesses that helped, supported, advised or encouraged us throughout the development of Twinmotion: Aéroports de Paris, Atelier d'architecture Chaix & Morel, Atelier Jean Nouvel, Peter Cook, Eric Owen Moss, Peter Eisenmann, Philippe Chiambaretta Architectes, JCDecaux, Zaha Hadid Architects, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Bernard Viry, Han Tümertekin, Tabanlioglu Architects, Odile Decq and the Ecole Spécial d'Architecture, thank you again.

We hope you liked the provocative little title we chose for the Twinmotion blog and the way we've expressed our view that other ways of working with 3D do exist - especially in architecture.

Twinmotion will not replace current rendering software, that's not what it's for; its vocation lies elsewhere - as an immersion tool.

Our experience in architecture and 3D has shown us that moving about inside a project, in real-time, changes the way we perceive things and therefore the way we create.

We are not seeking 'absolute' image realism (though GPU technology is getting us there slowly) but we do want to uncover the 'truth'.

It's a new tool which we hope will present you with a new perspective and a broader view of project possibilities. Show less
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