Turner Diversified Services is dedicated to providing top
quality 3d services for architects, in the way of 3d architectural
presentations, 3d models, and architectural animations, for a reasonable price.
We at TDS would like to see the architectural industry providing architectural
renderings of all their projects to better visualize the finished project. We can help you save money! It's much less expensive to redesign the look of a project via the photo realistic rendering than via brick and mortar.
Turner Diversified Services has been in business for
7 years providing Architectural Presentation services and 3d rendering services to several architectural firms in the way of photo realistic renderings, 3d models, and architectural animations. We are currently focusing our business in the direction of 3d Visualization,
walk throughs, and panoramas.
The owner of Turner
Diversified Services, James E. Turner, has a broad background in both
residential and commercial construction. He grew up working in the
family business of residential construction and retail building materials
being involved in all aspects of the business. He spent 12 years
working as a superintendent for commercial contractors managing projects
such as: high end residential, retail space, churches, banks, hospitals, long
term care facilities, and telecommunications and 2 years as a project manager
for a general contractor.
Turner Diversified Services works nationwide and in Canada
with architects and others providing 3d
Visualizations and animations using the internet, fax, overnight delivery services, and
telephone to coordinate the work.
Virtual Tours of existing buildings are
available Western Arkansas area. Special
arrangements and pricing for requests outside this area
can be made by contacting us directly.
Why use 3d Photo Realistic Presentations?
Advantages of using 3d Photo Realistic Presentations:
allow Architects and their clients to visualize
what the finished building will look like by using 3d images. Many times Architects have
visualized in their minds how a project will look when completed only to
find out that something just didn’t look quite right when the transformation
from paper to wood, steel, and bricks is complete. 3d photo realistic
presentations allow the architect to work out issues
before their client even knows about a potential problem.
From the client's
standpoint, it allows
them to see what the architect has designed as it will look when complete.
Many people who do not work with architectural drawings have a hard time visualizing
how a building will look when complete just by looking at floor plans and
elevations. By doing a 3d photo realistic architectural rendering and
working out any problems before construction begins it can sometimes save
many thousands of dollars or not being completely satisfied with the
The small cost
of creating an architectural presentation is nothing compared to what it
could cost in change orders to re-design and re-construct a building feature
after the construction has begun.
3d Photo Realistic Renderings:
Photo realistic renderings,
or architectural presentations, are "still" shots of certain building features or elevations that can show how a building will look when complete.
Through or Flybys:
An architectural walk
through is an animation of the camera to
simulate what you would see by walking through a building. A flyby
shows how a building would
look from the exterior much as a bird might see the building.
Panoramas are special “pictures” that allow you to
interactively look around, up, or down much as you would be able to do if
you were standing in a building and looking at the architecture. An “animated”
panorama is a series of
these “panoramas” taken along a path through the building which allows you to
“jump” from one spot to the next as you “walk” through the building so that
as you follow the path you can look
at all parts of the building.
An object animation combines the
flyby and the
panorama in that it allows the architect or client to interactively move
around the building or object as well as up and down. To look at the
building from 360 degrees horizontally and from 0 to as much as 90 degrees
vertically. The mouse is used to turn the object or elevate the viewpoint.
The cost of work varies
from the single still shots being the least expensive to the true walk through
or flyby being the most expensive with the panoramas and object animations
falling somewhere in between.