3D FASHION DESIGN SOFTWARE : JAPANESE HIGH STREET FASHION.
3d Fashion Design Software
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DOSCH Viz-Images: People - Shopping & Travel
Note: Sample-Downloads and Tutorials for Dosch Viz-Images can be accesseed @ DoschDesign.com/samples.php ! DVI contain perfect 2D-cutouts (photos or rendered) of people, cars, road elements, interior furniture, trees or plants. They support CG-artists by facilitating professional visualizations for architectural use, catalog-design and more. Loading DVIs into Photoshop is a breeze, and direct use in 3D-scenes is often possible through included planar 3D models. DOSCH DESIGN's Viz-Images are compatible with most 2D- and 3D-applications, and the Alpha-Channel provided for each image makes them blend in neatly with just about any background scene. For over 15 years DOSCH DESIGN has been a fixture in quality Computer Graphics products by staying on the cutting edge in 3D-design, animation, architectural visualizations, print publishing, motion design, advertising and multimedia presentations. Great attention to product detail and quality is paired with the philosophy of making these products available to the user at a very attractive DOSCH DESIGN price. The 3rd pillar of the mission is Selection - and these numbers speak for themselves: 115 3D-model products, 36 HDRI- & 28 Texture-products, 64 Dosch Viz-Images, 12 Audio products - and counting; not to forget 10 comprehensive USB-HD Collections ! DOSCH DESIGN products are compatible with many popular 3D software platforms like 3DS Max, Lightwave 3D, Maya, Cinema 4D, SoftImage, Artlantis, Bryce etc., as well as other graphics applications like Photoshop, PaintShop Pro, Corel. Please check compatibility details at the respective product page @ www.DoschDesign.com since compatibilities between product lines and sometime also product from the same product line can vary.
Mapping Urban Fluxes
Aurel von Richthofen GS and Hyundai Kim GS
School of Architecture
Preliminary to the design of a fashion institute in Milan the authors, two students at the School of Architecture, tracked vectors of horizontal disruption as interpretation of complex urban fluxes. While vertical vectors of gravity forces inform the structure of many buildings and find their architectural expression in columns, beams and trusses, horizontal vectors such as vectors of movement and sight, can only be simulated using software deriving from the animation industry. A fluid dynamic simulation within the 3D model of the site generated patterns of density. These were then exported into computer aided design software that interpreted the patterns as fields of spatial vectors.
In order to reinform the design project for the fashion institute with the vectors of horizontal disruption found through the fluid dynamic simulation a physical model of the field was needed. The laboratory at the School of Architecture is equipped with some of the latest computer-driven fabrication technology for model making, including a Precix 9100 series large-bed milling machine. The machine consists of a router and a 3-axis mill over a large table that drives a spinning bit into materials such as acrylic, wood or metal. Code generated from the virtual model drives the mill.
We used the machine to produce a series of 12 by 12 inch acrylic models from which the pictures shown are taken. The models were produced upside down, flipping the milled side to the bottom and producing a negative image of the field. The diameter of the milling bit imprints the vectors as fins into the acrylic. The transparency of the material and the refraction of the light create a haptic impression even though the vectors are captured inside the material.