3D rendering has modified the presentation of diagrams, charts, models and plans to a great degree. Architectural visualisation, to a large extent, has a visible effect on how designs plans and presentations can be done. This helps in preparing very realistic representations unlike the olden days where physical models were made to show how the structure will look like. Previous methods involved the making of life-size cardboard cut-out design structures to give customers a feel of the project. They were time consuming and laborious making the 3d rendering price very high. If there is an accident and if the structure is destroyed then all the labour that went in the construction of the dummy project goes waste.
Now with various techniques it is easy to create a design of the given object in 3D. This also clearly exhibits the dimensions and specifics of the design structure. These designs can be preserved. The customer or the vendor can make copies of the design so that under unavoidable circumstances of loss of data they have sufficient back-ups. It is also less time consuming.
3D also provides holographic representations. This is a new technology where holographs are used. They help in clear representation of objects in virtual space. Designs that are done using holograph need to be present on the 3D software first before transferring on to the holographic design software. 3D has also brought out the beauty of animation. Using 3D software the designs that looked like plain lines and sketches until yesterday, now have bloomed into beautiful live looked piece of art. This also gives the user a look of how the object will look like. For example, if there is a project of the house being done in 3D then the customer can view the actual look of the house, how the corridors flow, the rooms patterned etc.