This pleasant animation was made by Miguel Krippahl. A combination of ArchiCAD, Artlantis and Windows Movie Maker was used to model, animate and stitch the scenes together to provide the viewers a complete representation of the architect's design. Miguel Krippahl also made the animation on the previous post here at The 3-Dimensional Dream. The technique I like best in this video was the way specific zones/spaces within the structure was being presented together with the animation and animated seamlessly. Fabulous work!
June 25, 2009
June 13, 2009
This 3d presentation is completely monochrome! Very clean, simple yet beautifully presented. When carefully examined, you can tell that they had at least 3 different files for the model. One, very bare with just walls - two, with floors and ceilings - and three, with all the windows and openings in place. Then each file was obviously rendered using the same camera paths and patched together using a Windows Movie Maker. Software used to animate the model was Artlantis Studio 1.0 and the modeling software which was used was ArchiCAD! Great work to youtube's MKripp.