Real life exhibit going on in the NNG (thanks to @Lasse_R for bringing this to my attention) : http://www.archdaily.com/263666/tokyo-berlin_berlin-tokyo-florian-busch-architects/
Hey...i am new here..I am user of Lumion and i would like to taste this experience of competiotion!!
I'll give it a go! I was bummed to be too busy to getting anything together for the Museum Maxwell Challenge. Working with a new tool adds a nice challenge to this one. Looking forward to it!
@samuelconlogue It is great to have you on-board this one... will be very interesting ;) Best of luck to you.
heyi have some question about the competition1- do we have to work by lumion the free edition in the first stage of the competition then we use the full edition later in the next stages ?2- do we have to create the 3d model by ourselves or shall we recieve it and just make the render on lumion3- if there is a 3d model where can we download it ?
@MohamedMohamedSafy You can download the model at this link - http://www.ronenbekerman.com/mies-van-der-rohes-neue-nationalgalerie-3d-model/
You start your concept with the Free Version of Lumion and then you'll get access to the PRO version. Just start your challenge thread on the forums and get going... showing us what you plan for it.
Hey Im a lil confused, whats the deal with 1 company called Lumen RT and then there is Lumion which seem to be working on the same type of software, which one is better?
@Softminimal These are two different application developed by two different companies. Both relay on the GPU for rendering the results... but LumenRT is specifically for use with SketchUP from within SketchUP, and Lumion is a standalone platform that you can import models in from any 3d modeling package... it is also much more flexible and wide in scope than LumenRT. The price tags also reflect that fact.
Hi! Im just registering myself and I really don't know how to "Create your Challenge thread using your real name for it and say hey!"... Would someone could explain me? Thank you all! Regards!
@CarlosUrtecho Hi... follow this short PDF. It relates to the showcase section but the same last step can be done within the challenge section at - http://www.ronenbekerman.com/forums/museum-lumion-challenge/
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