Thursday, September 22, 2016

Renderbee | The Future of VR 3D Design

09.22.2016 – Renderbee takes virtual technology to the next step in making it usable for other purposes besides developing its use for videogames. These days virtual technology is used in other means and this is where Renderbee maximizes its benefits.

Architectural redendering using 2D images or animation can now be possible that helps architects and clients see a better perspective when proposing a design in high-quality 3D stills and animated walk through what is the future today.

Synergy 88, the IT conglomerate led by its managing director and co-founder Jackie Chua spoke to the media yesterday about their company and using Renderbee as the next best thing in using virtual reality in visualizing the concepts of proposed designs or project, which is now the forefront of virtual 3D architectural design in the country.

She says, “Our subsidiary Renderbee is the first mainstream service provider to offer the 3D experience the using architect’s blueprint. Imagine roaming around a virtual building/house/condo development even before the construction begins. That’s what we can deliver to clients.”

Their Clients

This is not only limited to putting together the architects blueprint and turning into a virtual reality. Renderbee caters also to clients from real estate developers, architectural firms, professionals, and students that where featured as one of the company’s clients who had the first-hand experience using the technology.

Ahead with the Concept

The service also benefits buyers who are located overseas or those who would like to take advantage of pre-selling rates prior to the construction phase. They can practically have a look and feel of a house or condo unit that has yet to be built and plan ahead of their satisfaction.

“Architectural Virtualization” is the next step in Philippine architecture,” adds Maricar Nepomuceno, Renderbee’s Chief Executive Officer. “Now people can translate their works into an actual 3D rendered image so that they can attract their clients to buy their property or approve their architectural plans.”

“There is a large demand for these services especially in our niche market, the real estate industry, since there are very few foreign companies who offer these kinds of services.”

One of these clients who had the experience using the technology is The Diamond Heights” by WeeComm Developers. The videos take the viewers to a walk-in, around and even on top of the Diamond Heights community in sync with how the developers envision it. In 3D animation, it transports viewers close enough to stroll along the streets to get inside the virtual homes and visit the club house.

This was demonstrated during the media launch of Renderbee, which was already set up and explains the use of virtual reality. It’s a unique opportunity for Renderbee to be ahead of the use of this technology, which is the only studio that offers virtualization service at a competitive price. All of its equipment, crew and facilities are located in one data center so it’s a one-stop shop for quick and easy client servicing. It also caters to both SMEs with limited budgets as well as the larger-scale developers with bigger resources.

The benefit with the clients as stated by Synergy 88’s Chua is that the turnaround time is at least five times faster than their nearest competitor. “Key to our speed in delivery is our in-house render farm facility. The other studios can’t match our speed and quality because they do not have an in-house render farm. In contrast, we have very own data center in the country.”

Where it all started

Renderbee started as a spin-off from the Synergy 88 Group of Companies. As its management looked for ways to complement its IT solutions and its pool of creative designers and artists, the idea came up for a new company the will use Synergy 88’s production serves.

Thus, the design studio is the first Filipino-owned mainstream render farm in the Philippines. Renderbee was born to offer architectural virtualization (3D animation) and render farm processing. It embodies the future of real estate marketing that is available right now.

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