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By Jerry Flynn

Rendering with MicroStation is a must have for architects, engineers, and CAD operators concerned with 3D layout. via illustrations and hands-on routines, this booklet covers each element of rendering intimately – together with cameras, fabrics, lighting fixtures, setting maps, and rendering settings. discover ways to use surroundings maps, sky cylinders, and procedural textures successfully, and to use photorealistic atmospheric results. Create photorealistic fabrics comparable to water, glass, timber, grass, brick, and stone. observe diversified lights recommendations for rendering any inside or external scene, day or evening, together with sundown and twilight setups. in attaining photorealistic effects via growing customized fabrics, and examine complex rendering thoughts for growing lights ideas utilizing ray tracing and particle tracing. additionally incorporated are inside of guidance for producing caliber nonetheless photographs, community rendering, panoramas, and 3D content material in PDF documents.

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2. In the tool settings, check that Projection is set to Three Point. The view looks natural, as three point projection gives you the same perspective you would get when using a real camera. 3. In the tool settings, set Projection to Two Point. The results are immediately applied to the active view. Results of applying three point projection (left) and two point projection (right) Notice that after applying two point projection to View 2, all vertical edges are perfectly straight (vertical). In two point projection, the image plane is kept vertical but is oriented in the horizontal direction of the view.

2. Select the Define Camera tool with the following settings: 54 Chapter 2: Camera Setups and Navigation Chapter 2: Camera Setups and Navigation 55 Camera Action: Roll Continuous View Updates: Disabled 3. If necessary, click More to reveal the precision settings options. 4. Open the Controlled Movement settings. 5. If necessary, in the Angle field, enter 5 (this should be the current setting from a previous exercise). 6. In View 2, enter a data point in the top or bottom section of the view. The camera is rolled 5° either clockwise, or counterclockwise, depending on the direction of the data point up or down from the center of the view.

In the camera view, enter a data point in the top or bottom of the view. The lens view angle is increased by 10° if the data point is in the top half of the view and decreased by 10° if the data point is in the lower half of the view. Further data points change the focal length in 10° increments. Pan/Dolly This setting is useful for walking through a model, in particular when the movement is on a plane, as in walking around the floor of a building. It lets you rotate the camera and to move forward or backward along the z-axis of the camera view.

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