Three-dimensional modeling (3D) is a process that allows the image of a concrete object to look as if it is a live image when viewed from different angles and can be achieved by configuring the two-dimensional image. It is a form of modeling that aims to better understand projects and objects and give the most realistic results. MACOM Environment and Energy uses three-dimensional modeling in projects that it thinks will be better understood, especially when the image effect is given, and on requests from customers.
It is seen that it is applied in many areas such as 3D modeling, visual effects, games played on mobile devices and computers, and representation of designs used in city planning. Today, especially in the age of technology, three-dimensional models are an issue that companies should fall on to highlight their projects in a competitive environment and increase their understanding. Considering that MACOM Environment and Energy is a very supportive tool for projects in this regard, it applies the three-dimensional modeling technique in projects in addition to the maps and data we show in our customers’ request.
It is applied for all your projects that you want to make the image of a concrete object more realistic and well understandable. However, 3D modeling can be done by MACOM Environment and Energy to better analyze how wind power plants can be positioned in the field, how they can affect, whether the size will cause an impact and how it looks.
It is applied in terms of wind turbines’ rotor hub heights, blades, visual effects, shadow flicker in the effect areas such as where the length of the shadow can fit on the three-dimensional image and its effects. 3D modeling can be done for the impact assessment part of the projects, as well as looking at the plan to be made in the step before the project is implemented and how the project will stop. Thus, it can be known how it will be beforehand without being disappointed in the projects and structures made with great costs. In cases where this is not done, it is possible to risk the project and the possibility of paying larger costs. To provide both concrete and visual impact in your projects, you can make 3D modeling to the MACOM Environment and Energy staff safely and reliably thanks to the projects it has worked on before.
In 3D modeling, it is usually necessary to place individual corners carefully to obtain the correct lines of the desired object. The outer part of the mesh consists of polygons that can be split into smaller shapes to create more detail. If the object to be drawn has moving and need parts to curl, such as a wind turbine, additional polygons may need to be drawn. In addition to this, the calculation of the object to be designed and the basic data such as areas of use and the conversion to 3D modeling is carried out with the aim of developing a product or existing from scratch. Although the drawing times of the 3D modeling vary according to the complexity of the object to be used in the project, it is important to do a practical, quality and solution-oriented job with a professional staff to speed up the modeling process.
You can contact us about 3D modeling and get detailed information by contacting our experienced staff.