Part of our experiments into digital nature and real time rendering, we explored the idea of creating a virtual world that kids and family could explore together at the same time. These are some of our results.
Archaeology Magazine: A Doomed People, The collapse of the Hohokam at Pueblo Grande by Michael S. Foster and Tobi Taylor. November/December 1998. Pages 44-46.
The Hohokam emerged from obscurity at the beginning of the Pioneer period (ca. 300 B.B. to A.D. 500) and thrived through the Classic period (ca. A.D. 1100 to 1450).
Why do some Architects, typically from smaller offices, don’t want a polished rendering? Are they afraid to commit to a design when in the future they know it will be refined? Are they afraid that a client will not understand the changes?
Take a look at a rendering we completed as commissioned by Nest Magazine. The image, one of two, shows the Blue Room, the main reception room of the White House directly opposite the residencial entrance, as it was viewed and designed originally. Being a reconstruction I worked with archaeologists to get the space, patterns and colors correct. Continue reading “Rendering on the official White House Museum website.”