Architectural Visualization using Irrlicht

Alvaro just sent me the following shots of an application he has programmed using Irrlicht:

(Bigger versions of the images here)
It's - as you might notice - an architectural walk trough program. Not a game again, but it looks totally awesome, in my opinion. He also wrote an own exporter for 3D max 7 for this.

ten comments, already:

One word: Wow!...
romain - 18 05 07 - 15:05

Nice!

I’m not sure what it is with interior designer programs lately, they seem to be all the rage :) We added one to our featured projects recently too (Live Interior 3D). What’s this one called?
steve (link) - 18 05 07 - 16:08

don’t know :)
niko - 18 05 07 - 17:14

I’m really really impressed. I need to scan afecelis’ homepage for further info right now :)
Geoffrey - 18 05 07 - 20:29

impressive!! lookin way better than our efforts back then! :)
stan! - 18 05 07 - 23:17

true :)
niko - 19 05 07 - 09:30

wow, nice work alvaro! you can tell this guy is an artist :)
gaz (link) - 19 05 07 - 19:36

Thank you very much for all your comments, I am very very glad :)
Thats screenshots are from two years ago, since that I don’t put my
hands on 3D anymore, but now I am thinking go back to scene. This
comments are an important motivation to me.

Alvaro
Alvaro - 20 05 07 - 23:52

This is some really nice work Alvaro..
leo (link) - 21 05 07 - 09:52

Great shots!
This proves again and again that Irrlicht can render realistic scenes. And the free license makes Irrlicht Engine best choice for development.
greenya (link) - 23 05 07 - 15:42


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