Before Lumion rendering used to be really hard. Setting up and completing a render used to take days.
Now any architect can create beautiful renders without prior training. With Lumion you work in real-time and production quality image files can be saved to disk in seconds.
Lumion 7.0 render output. Industrial office where weathering and ivy was used to create a unique visual style.
Lumion 7.0 render output. Modern glass building at night. New car and people models were used in this scene and new area lights were used to enhance the lighting.
Lumion 7.0 render output. Villa with swimming pool. The new ivy function was used on the walls of the villa and weathering was used to create a more authentic visual style.
Lumion 7.0 render output. Modern living room. Light strips and area lights were used to enhance the lighting. Notice the daylight coming trough a window in the back of the room.
Exterior, designed and rendered by Gian Martin Corso
Coffee shop, designed and rendered by MWLF
Large area with dense vegetation, buildings and artificial lakes, rendered by Kizo
Tribute to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, designed and rendered by Kristijan Tavcar
Harpa concert hall during daytime. By Act-3D
Wide angle shot of Harpa concert hall at dawn. By Act-3D
Park with city in the background. ©2016 Act-3D BV
Interior render of Hotel Barceló Ponent rendered by Nico RVArq.com
City block render of Hotel Barceló Ponent rendered by Nico RVArq.com
New hotel for downtown Midland Texas designed by Overland Partners Architects Inc. and rendered by WP Visions LLC
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Anyone can sit down with Lumion and within 15 minutes learn how to create videos, images and 360 panoramas.
MANY TUTORIALS AVAILABLE
Powerful Creative New Tools
Lumion enables anyone to create videos and images without any prior training.
You can edit your work in real-time and rendering is extremely fast.
Breathe life into your videos with materials, trees, people and effects.
Customize a video on the spot with the client or quickly create multiple variations.
Effortlessly, you can edit large areas and add tens of thousands of trees, people or buildings.
"So we got the biggest screen we could find and projected it. He uncrossed his arms, smiled and left again."
Vice President at the London Office of WATG
"We were executing construction documentation on a project using Revit and we had a very important meeting in Abu Dhabi with a member of the royal family. We were extremely worried that we wouldn’t be able to present a pack of construction documents to this very senior person. And so we found out about Lumion from a colleague in our Singapore office, who had been using it for a while.
What we were able to do is to is take our Revit working drawings and feed them into Lumion and get a very very graphic and user friendly model from the construction pack that was then graphically and easily understandable by our very important client. Instead of taking CAD drawings and printing them out and sticking them up on the wall, we made a movie of the project and projected it on a huge screen. He came in. The exhibition room was the size of an aircraft hangar. So we got the biggest screen we could find and projected it. He uncrossed his arms, smiled and left again."
Lumion works wonders by enabling you to iteratively improve your model over time. Even after you've imported your model and built your Lumion scene, you can quickly update your model and import the changes into Lumion with a single mouse-click.
Export plug-ins are available for Archicad and Revit
Direct export of Sketchup (.skp) files
Many file types including .DAE, .FBX, .SKP and .DWG files can be imported into Lumion from many CAD software packages
Render to MyLumion and you can take a tablet to the client and show an interactive presentation. You can also provide quick updates to clients by sending them a link through email.
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