Visualisation and Modelling
We aim to portray the future as realistically as possible
For SL Rasch, portraying the future as realistically as possible plays a key role – which is why 3D visualisation and virtual reality are an integral part of our presentations. The convincing and extremely realistic visualisations show the planned structures in their future context and even factor in the local light conditions.
3D visualisation is also an excellent tool for optimising our complex design processes. In addition to 2D and 3D data from the architects and engineers, the SL Rasch visualisation team also uses photographs of the location and other visual resources and deploys state-of-the-art digital technologies to process them into true-to-scale virtual models. Depending on the requirements of the individual projects, these models are used to generate individual images, animations or interactive real-time visualisations as part of virtual scenarios
As well as virtual 3D modelling systems, physical modelmaking also plays a key role at SL Rasch. It is an important tool for optimising complex interdisciplinary design processes and giving planners and clients a realistic idea of what the finished project will look like. In addition to top-quality scale models for presentation purposes, we also construct experimental working models for investigating the properties of materials or refining mechanical processes. This involves a combination of traditional craftsmanship and state-of-the-art techniques like rapid prototyping, 5-axis CNC machining and laser cutting.
In order to optimise the design processes and visualise the finished project, SL Rasch uses 3D modelling systems to generate virtual models. Depending on the project, they provide the basis for extremely realistic individual images, animations or interactive real-time visualisations, and sometimes also incorporate VR technology.