Although a rendering image can be beautiful, it is only a cutout. It shows a tiny glimpse of what it’s like to feel in a particular place. While video renderings add some action, it is still a visual journey that takes the viewer from A to B. Renderings are often more immersive than this.

Is it a beautiful place?

3D scene by Motionwave created in Shapespark
3D scene by Motionwave created in Shapespark
3D scene by Motionwave created in Shapespark
3D scene by Motionwave created in Shapespark

Yes, it is. These images capture the emotion of being in a space. Are they able to show you every aspect of the space?

No.

Shapespark 3D walkthroughs are becoming increasingly popular among 3D artists, architects, real estate developers, and interior designers. It is a truly immersive experience. Customers don’t need to imagine how it feels to walk from their dining room to their bedroom in their future apartments – they can do it themselves. The movement of walking around and turning around is reminiscent of moving in real space. The design can be enjoyed from all angles.

This is a Shapespark scene.

Shapespark scenes can be shared via URLs and embedded in websites. They are easy to find. You don’t need additional software. They are light and can be used on all devices, including mobile phones, tablets, desktops, laptops, and desktops. VR is supported. Shareability of Shapespark scenes opens up a host of communication opportunities and marketing possibilities:

It is now possible for interior designers and architects to design their homes.

3D scene by Motionwave created in Shapespark

By setting up an online showroom

3D scene by Movimento Club created in Shapespark

to showcasing yet-to-be-built properties/apartments on the real estate developers’ websites.

3D scene by Motionwave created in Shapespark

Shapespark was founded with the goal of making design presentations more user-centric. Scenes are equipped with functionalities that allow for a pleasant and informative experience.

When they are involved in interior design, customers often feel the need to modify something. Customers can compare different design options in real-time with features like material picker or switch objects.

It is easy to add pop-up windows with additional information. You can also play audio and video within a scene.

3D scene by build A-V created in Shapespark
3D scene by build A-V created in Shapespark
3D scene by build A-V created in Shapespark
3D scene by build A-V created in Shapespark

Shapespark keeps up to date with the latest developments in architecture and real estate. Virtual meetings have been increasing in the world architecture. Virtual meetings are becoming more popular as interior designers and archviz artists meet architects. Real estate agents also meet their customers. Shapespark created a special telefoncerencing feature for each of these uses. With just a few clicks, any regular scene can become a video meeting room. There are all the advantages of Shapespark scenes: one does not need any additional software to join a meeting. One can also join a video conference from a mobile device. Shapespark extensions such as material picker and fabric picker will be available if enabled. A video meeting inside a rendering is the best way to talk with potential buyers or discuss design. You can request a demo meeting.

Is it easy to create a Shapespark scene? It is very easy to follow the workflow. You can import your model directly from a 3D modeling program. Shapespark supports file formats such as FBX, COLLADA, OBJ, and SketchUp. Adjust lighting properties, create floor plans, and add orbit. Once you have baked the lighting, your scene can be uploaded to the Internet. It can now be shared by linking to it or embedded on a website.

3D scene by build A-V created in Shapespark