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Creating a 3D render of a sloping empty lot6377

Liam_Tayler private msg quote post Address this user
Hello All,

Looking for some advice and wondering if anyone has any solutions for a proposal i have just been approached for.

A client has an empty sloping lot that he has just bought, he already has plans drawn up, but he would like to scan the lot, export to a cad program and build a full 3D rendering of the lot from the basement up.

Does anyone know if there is any software that can create to-scale 3D renderings for empty lots?


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ArchimedStudio private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Liam,

You could do this with a drone for the land. Then it’s just a 3D modeling/rendering contract (nothing complicated here... I mean, for a company like ours )

I’m sure Dan will sens you a bunch of references.

Good luck.
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Liam_Tayler private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Matt,

I had actually just been on your site and was looking through it - you have some spectacular renderings, and I figured you would have an offering for that.

I am looking at learning more about the rendering side of things, but just to find out costs I might drop you a line.


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teamadcor private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Liam,

I would map it with a drone and use software like Drone Deploy or Pix4D.


Team Adcor
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