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Architectural endoscopy

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Architectural endoscopy

Architectural endoscopy is an imaging technology that allows realistic views of a scale architectural model to be created, using an analog equipment.

Architectural endoscopy attempts to solve the problems encountered by many people who find the visualization of architectural plans difficult, if not impossible. Often these views provided by architectural endoscopy are superior to computer renderings due to more realistic lighting and colour rendition. An endoscope connected to a video camera allows for the creation of walkthroughs, allowing the public to share and critique the architect's vision of proposed buildings and cities.

References

  • Martins, Bob - A RENAISSANCE OF ARCHITECTURAL ENDOSCOPY?
  • EAEA = European Architectural Endoscopy Association


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