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rendering

A drawing or painting showing a perspective view of a building, also called a rendition. Contrast with elevation, which shows only a two-dimensional view of one or more faces of a building.

Example: At their simplest levels, Figure A is a rendering and Figure B is the east elevation, both of the same house.

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When Two Trees Development released renderings created by SHoP Architects of its planned mixed-use project at the former Domino Sugar Factory site on the South Williamsburg Waterfront, the stunning visuals were featured in New York Magazine in a report on the project.
There is a vast difference between a rendering and a sketch.
Computer graphic rendering is used to simulate the appearance of lighted objects for design applications in architecture, for animation and simulation in the entertainment industry, and for display and design in the automobile industry.
Moulene visited a client's home in Beverly Hills to scope out a view for home rendering that would grace the client's change-of-address card.
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Several of the software rendering solutions we've used have been unstable, crashing when we try to create a final rendering.
Avatech's Annual Rendering Contest recognizes the country's best rendering talents across manufacturing, civil/GIS and architecture sectors.
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its worldwide reseller for REALS, an easy to master rendering and animation program for architects.
The teaching aid provides detailed instruction on completing computer-aided industrial design (CAID) projects and is aimed at professional industrial designers seeking to expand their 3D modeling and rendering skills.