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2D / 3D Stills


The goal of creating believable visualizations is to provide the sensation of "being there" to the viewers. That's why in presentations of 3D virtual objects, architectural reconstructions and walkthroughs photorealism is considered as perhaps the most important measure of a successful exhibition.

Photorealism was used to describe paintings that appears to be very realistic like a photograph. More commonly nowadays it is used to describe computer generated imagery that resembles a photograph. A simple definition is, that if it looks like a photograph, then it is photorealistic.

By using advanced rendering engines, which provides very realistic distribution of lights, soft shadows and believable surface materials our still images or animations can be as realistic as possible. In fact, they are capable of being so photorealistic that the human visual cognitive system accept these as being ‘truthful’.