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Is there a way to show people in 3D, in designed space? I want to show someone sitting in a chair so my client can see how the room fits.

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1 hour ago, stager386 said:

Is there a way to show people in 3D, in designed space? I want to show someone sitting in a chair so my client can see how the room fits.

You would either have to make or download a 3d model and import it into Chief. It would lag a bit in chief as it doesn't handle high poly count models that well

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3d Warehouse has lots of low poly 3d people,

try search string "3d warehouse low poly 3d models" in your browser.

 

Check out one example below:

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model/u5766f411-7f99-44f2-9985-8ea744b38045/3d-man-standing-lowpoly

5ab537e20f3b5_1803_23mar.thumb.JPG.383a59e80b67a7f61f0ca73b4e4258e8.JPG

 


Note data box on the right.

In particular check sizes:
.skp File Size   2.7 MB
Polygons 5772

 

3d Models will slow down Chief.

Place 3d models on separate layers so you can control which 3d models are required for

particular "scenes" or camera views.

 

Turn off 3d models when they are not required ( which is most of the time)

 

 

 

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On 23/03/2018 at 8:53 AM, stager386 said:

Is there a way to show people in 3D, in designed space? I want to show someone sitting in a chair so my client can see how the room fits.

 

I have several 3D people.

The only one I have sitting down is a child - the chair and child are seperate symbols.

Would they be of use to you?

 

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in previous versions didn't we have a lib of people I don't use them but remember having them awhile ago some of the longtime members might remember

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They weren't 3D people.

They were 2D images.

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Thanks Glenn know I remember if you had them in a plan for printing they showed ok but in 3d when you moved the camera you didn't see the same thing

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Ray,

 

They were just 2D images - like the 2D plant images.

2D images have a setting "Image Always Faces Camera".

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