360 Panorama Rendering

in 3D Modeling Design held by Sam Gifford OI
Contest Closed
  • Open
  • Choosing Finalist
  • Ended
I need a model of an Office Space area created based on dwg file I have attached and then a single camera point 360 Panoramic Render. I need to be able to visualize desks chairs, tables etc. I need a test Render to be started and have the number of frames, the CPU make and model on your computer and the average time it takes a frame to render. I will be sending these off to a render farm so please deliver the specs for the highest render quality.
The delivery will include:
1. CAD Model of an Office Space
2. The prepped and set up Camera Position for the 360 Panoramic render.
3. CPU Make and Model on you system
4. Test Render Specs: 1. Number of Frames 2. Average time per frame
5. Low Res Render or screen shot to show what office model looks like.
6. Quote of what this would cost regularly.
Will be judging on the ability to follow directions and provide me with the data I am requesting
Don't Wants:
Complete Render. I am most interested in the setup and render specs
Ask for Sample:
Sample of the Items described above.
  1. 3ds Max (3D Studio Max)
  2. Autodesk Maya
  3. AutoCAD
  4. Autodesk Revit


= Buyer's Rating
#1 Office by ProtoTech Workbench
Nov 4, 2015 11:51


Wed, 11 Nov 2015 01:36:42 +0000
Render?... frames?.... Its 2015.... I can take the dwg, model it in revit, and make a to scale First Person Walk through game with it. Best way to visualize the office space. Can even add scaled office furniture, so you can place them where ever you want.

It's time we stop sending stuff to render farms. With the "game" route, I can make a camera fly through in seconds.
Thu, 05 Nov 2015 09:14:06 +0000
I can do you task with Archicad and render in Artnatis Studio 6. But you must to prepaid and multiply x 5 your budget. Thank you.
Thu, 05 Nov 2015 06:13:51 +0000
I agree but more in the range of $1500
I have done some renders and flythrough's using Navisworks some from laser scans & recreation modelling
Thu, 05 Nov 2015 00:47:39 +0000
I can do it with maya and maxwell and render by me. You must multiply your Budget x 5. This include just the sperical panorama not the 3d model. Thank You!

Similar Contests on Cad Crowd

cordage cam and hook
This is to be a prototype device so it may have a few iterations. There will be additional funds for a planned phase II of this prototype. The idea is a way to secure cordage or twine. The rough specs are 40mm long, 20mm wide and 5mm thick at the base. The cam should be modeled similarly to the look of something you would see on a sailboat. The arch must be just slightly lower than the top of the cam. The cam should be usable for 2mm-6mm cordage.
3DS MAX - Media Room Lighting render
Use 3DS Max or similar to model a Modern yet comfortable Media Room. See example pics. Lighting is the key as our client is a lighting firm. First stage of the project is producing the model and supplying it along with just 1 render. The model is to showcase mood lighting in the room. The next phase of the project will be the same shot, from exactly the same place, just rendered with different lighting / moods as instructed by client. Ongoing work for successful applicant.
A simple cad drawing for a staircase/frame for an apartment
I need a quick/simple cad drawing for a staircase in an apartment. We are replacing the staircase and frame and we wanted to put the drawing into cad with the dimensions.
The Water Wheel Kayak
We are looking to blend the kayak with the pedal boat. What we want is to recreate the design thought up by Hobie Cat in which they incorporate a pedal design within the kayak. However, we want the pedals to be linked to two water wheels on the side rather than the "fin" system that Hobie Cat uses. (see photo for details) This kayak needs to incorporate a pedal system where people would normally just rest their feet. It would also have to showcase two water wheels on the side. We want the water wheels to be linked by an axe so that they may be easily removed from the kayak if the user chooses to do so. For kayak base use Prower 13 by Ocean Kayak (picture attached). The new design would have A) two pedals where one would normally rest their feet. (see Slayer 13 picture for pedal design inspiration) B) An axe with two water wheels that would be placed at the front the of kayak above the pedals but below the hatch. (See the water wheel picture for inspiration) We'd like the water wheels to be removable and not as bulky as the one in the "Water Wheel picture" What we need- 2 drawings, one from the top, one from the side (just like the slayer 13 picture)
Designer high product
Designing a custom smoke tray with removable parts length 13.0"width 11.0" Depth 1.25" rounded corners I'm making a medium size tray and large one I also need unlimited corrections