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Dohee

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[Answered] creating specific environment
« on: June 04, 2019, 05:37:48 am »
June 04, 2019, 05:37:48 am
Hello,
I help to design trade show events booth that are in convention centers. I am thinking of purchasing LUMION  to help render my sketchup files but first was wondering if there are any helpful tips to simulate the backgrounds and or lighting to give that visual. ls there any convention center preset scene?
I have been using Shade3D (please see attachment) but am looking for something different.
Thanks your answer .

Dohee

Re: creating specific environment
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2019, 05:49:49 am »
June 04, 2019, 05:49:49 am
Hi Dohee

Welcome.  :)

Are you aware you can get one of two Trials, so you can test Lumion features and see what might work for you?  See our Knowledge Base article: Is there a Trial version of Lumion?

We have members/users who do similar, so it is working out the right combination of lighting and Effects to use for a Scene.

I guess Spotlights in Lumion would be the main artificial source of light for you.  In Lumion you can add other sources of artificial light as well to manage the overall lighting.

The HyperLight Effect for additional light bounce would also be useful.

You would add a modeled interior of the convention center, then add your own booth to the environment.  There is no sort of 'presets' specific to your need, but once you have worked out the right set of things, you can make 'template' based Scenes and save Effect stacks for re-use.

If you get a Trial, let us know how you get on, and any questions you have in order to get things working.
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