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How Does AIMIR Secure 100% On-time Delivery?

3D architectural visualization bridges the gap between reality and imagination by providing visually appealing images. The viewer can grasp all the design essence at first glance and shy of visual representation is a big obstacle for marketing.  3D architectural...

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6 Excellent Software for Architects and 3D Artists

6 Excellent Software for Architects and 3D Artists

Too often we go asking for the best programs or software for perfect 3D rendering or 3D animation. In the industry of architectural visualization, it’s not possible to use only one gimmick once for all. From time to time, architects and designers have to choose from...

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9 Amazing Royal Palaces of the World

9 Amazing Royal Palaces of the World

Great palaces around the world have known for each of their unique style and history, In this article, we select 9 out of the world’s well-known palaces for instance to bring you into a different royal experience I The Forbidden City   Constructed in Ming Dynasty...

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What Favors Can Architectural Visualization Offer?

What Favors Can Architectural Visualization Offer?

3D architectural visualization, as most architecture-related professionals known, has become one of the essential parts in architectural planning and construction. Today, architects aren’t simply holding long-stretched blueprints with all mark-ups and tags and just...

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3D Rendering Duration: Things You Should Know about

3D Rendering Duration: Things You Should Know about

Work needs efficiency. Efficiency indicates same or more work with less time. Sometimes, we can control time, if everything works out with full supports from clients providing information timely, sometimes we can’t as we drown in, with resignation, capricious feedback...

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