Features

Download

Online

Gallery

Blog

  Index  | Recent Threads  | List Attachments  | Help  | Search
 Welcome Guest  |  Register  |  Login
Login Name  Password
 

Sweet Home 3D Forum



No member browsing this thread
Thread Status: Active
Total posts in this thread: 6
[ Jump to Last Post ]
Post new Thread
Author
Previous Thread This topic has been viewed 1152 times and has 5 replies Next Thread
thekhan360
Newbie



India
Joined: Mar 23, 2017
Post Count: 11
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
A pure 90 degree floor plan render?

Ok so I am trying to achieve a floor plan in a 3d rendered image rather than the stock 2d pic. What I do is in the aerial view I try to adjust the camera right over the centre of the floor plan and then take the image.

The only major flaw is that the walls right below the camera are appearing as straight line as intended, but due to the angle of elevation, the walls which are farther from the floor plan's centre are showing them selvesmore than intended.

To explain it more clearly, this is what I have been able to achieve:



And this is what I want:



Can some one please help me?
[May 8, 2017 9:44:41 AM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
thekhan360
Newbie



India
Joined: Mar 23, 2017
Post Count: 11
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
Re: A pure 90 degree floor plan render?

Clearer pic:

[May 8, 2017 10:06:48 AM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
bdfd
Advanced Member
Member's Avatar

FRANCE
Joined: Mar 29, 2014
Post Count: 1479
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
Re: A pure 90 degree floor plan render?

it does not exist ! crying

Either it is the aerial 3D view, either in virtual view, either it is the plan.

A new request in the wish list... wink

smile
----------------------------------------
with W10 64b 1709 (16.299.125) / Core i7-4790 - RAM 16 MB / GeForce GTX770 2 Go Full HD
sh3d 5.6 with java 1.8.0_144 & java3D 1.6.0
[May 8, 2017 2:24:56 PM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
okh
Advanced Member




Joined: May 12, 2013
Post Count: 1287
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
Re: A pure 90 degree floor plan render?

If you take the virtual visitor to max height (some 10 000 cm?), head angle to 90° and narrow the field of view to ± 15°, you might get a better approximation. Or, you could export to .obj and try with software/3d viewers that can do different (parallel) projections.

But since what you want essentially is a 2D view with shadows, it is probably easier to apply the shadows to the 2D plan, e.g. like this:
- Check SH3D settings to get the right 2D view:
- - Furniture icons in plan: top view
- - Room rendering in plan: Floor colour or texture.

- Select plan and copy/paste to an image editor, such as the Gimp.
- If you use the Gimp, try applying Filters - Light and Shadow - Drop Shadow / Xach-Effect to walls and different selections.

ok

PS. You could also export the plan to SVG and edit with Inkscape which also has numerous filters and extensions for different effects. As for the wish list, not a priority as far as I am conerned.
[May 8, 2017 3:42:06 PM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message    Hidden to Guest [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
bdfd
Advanced Member
Member's Avatar

FRANCE
Joined: Mar 29, 2014
Post Count: 1479
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
Re: A pure 90 degree floor plan render?

Like I said simply : It does not exist ! talk to the hand
----------------------------------------
with W10 64b 1709 (16.299.125) / Core i7-4790 - RAM 16 MB / GeForce GTX770 2 Go Full HD
sh3d 5.6 with java 1.8.0_144 & java3D 1.6.0
[May 9, 2017 6:10:01 AM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
thekhan360
Newbie



India
Joined: Mar 23, 2017
Post Count: 11
Status: Offline
Reply to this Post  Reply with Quote 
Re: A pure 90 degree floor plan render?

Thank you the both of you but I think I will wait for the devs to prolly look into this feature as a future addition. :)
[May 9, 2017 6:38:35 AM] Show Printable Version of Post    View Member Profile    Send Private Message [Link] Report threatening or abusive post: please login first  Go to top 
[ Jump to Last Post ]
Show Printable Version of Thread  Post new Thread

    Get Sweet Home 3D at SourceForge.net. Fast, secure and Free Open Source software downloads
   
© Copyright 2006-2017 eTeks - All rights reserved