Kitchen Design Software – Affordable Virtual Reality provides a new dimension
Modern CAD software enables designers to build the Kitchen and shows the 3-D computer models of their proposed design. Previously, a detailed 3D with the wait for several minutes at a static view. With the advent of high-speed 3-D designers can now show customers with an interactive demo where they can go through the kitchen to show high-quality, up to 30 frames per second!
Price of a desktop or laptop graphics power to operate a virtual reality (VR) software has plunged very reasonable. Although the basic models with integrated graphics hardware is now capable of producing significant results in VR detailed textures, reflections, and shadows to add a realistic picture quality. Although VR did not always seem like the quality of “photo-realism” for which a static image (which can still take a minute to produce), add it to the kitchen model can be interactively displayed and moved in a whole new dimension, which is very impressive to potential customers.
In the past it was usually necessary for the designer to work without the client’s current design because it may take many hours of work and willing to provide a set of static views. Features, such as “drag and drop” makes scale models very quickly, Kitchen designers are now finding that they have the confidence to design in 3-D in front of their customers. Changes can be made for their participation, which generate new VR demonstrations along the way. These features of the kitchen software will revolutionize the Kitchen retail stores and has certainly improved the opportunities for sales.
Technically speaking, the developers of these VR systems, which use the same technology used in computer games development. Microsoft’s Direct 3D and OpenGL programming language (that works on Windows, Mac, and even mobile phones) are used in favor of a formidable force in modern graphics chips from Intel, Nvidia (GeForce series) and ATI (Radeon). The power chips is growing even faster than the more frequently discussed in the development of processing power.
Many laptops now up to two graphics chips: Second reading, such as 3-D kitchen design that requires more electricity, and a much lower power consumption than the more mundane tasks in 3D. This is good to save power.