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Use of 3D graphics in interior design
Do Bao, Vuong ; Bubeníček, Jan (advisor) ; Krsek, Libor (referee)
In the age of global firms that make products by millions, everyone tries to maximise limited resources we have. Firms all over the world, the ones in furniture industry in particular, have gained access to new ways to save on product imaging. Huge firms, like IKEA has increasingly been using 3D graphics for their imaging. What does this change consist of and what are the advantages over current technology of digital photography? The goal of this thesis is to introduce information about the effectivity of 3D graphics for product imaging and to map differences between it and digital photography. The content of this thesis also consists of a interior visualisation workflow. In the end the 3D graphics had higher initial costs, but in long term, the costs become investments, which pay off more, that photographs, which are of temporary nature.

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