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CAD Services Firm Will Gift a $400 High-Resolution 3D Rendering This Month


CHENNAI, India – April 18, 2010 – TMG, a company based at Chennai, India, and an expert in creating photo-realistic 3D renderings for architects, is accepting requests from established architectural firms in the US to gift a free rendering of a building exterior to. The gift is part of a month-long promotion for its superior 3D rendering service. TMG will select one firm as the giftee; the selection criterion will be a combination of the online visibility and reputation of the firm.

The chosen firm will also have to permit display of the created rendering on TMG’s website.

TMG chief Lucky Balaraman says, “We are amongst the few firms who pay attention to the finer points of 3D rendering. It is these points which make the rendering very hard to distinguish from a photograph.

For instance:

• We never use the same plant or tree more than once on the landscape, since 100% identical plants do not exist in nature
• We make sure all objects are the right size… we have seen countless 3D renderings done by other firms where, for instance, human figures are too large compared to cars or out of proportion with furniture
• We check that all the shadows in a particular lit area fall in the same direction and are in the same proportion to the casting objects
• We take care to see that adjacent objects in general light do not have differing levels of brightness
• We include overweight people in the scene (!)
• We deliberately add irregularities, such as cracks in the sidewalk, loose leaves in driveways, blemishes on the asphalt and yellow patches in grass areas.”

TMG has produced thousands of renderings for clients in the US, Sweden, Denmark and Australia, all of whom are happy with TMG’s creative visualization capabilities.

Adds Balaraman, “Our rendering services are backed by our in-house render farm comprising several multi-core processors and state-of-the-art rendering software. The farm renders in nine minutes a scene that can typically take 45 minutes on an average machine. Our turnarounds are therefore much shorter than that of many competitors.”

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