A complete end-to-end service producing Verified Views (VV) and Accurate Visual Representations (AVR).
Visualisations at high levels of accuracy and in line with current technical guidelines - 360G provide accurate GPS reference points to allow our partner CGI Visual and Architectural Visualisation specialists Vista3D to create wireline (representing the outline of the proposed development form) or fully rendered image of proposed developments.
We employ a highly robust methodology that can be challenged at any time to confirm the proposal is accurately positioned within the photography.
In preparing the verified views, accurate photography is required, with survey information recorded, and an accurate model of the application parameters prepared. In simple terms, this allows a ‘virtual’ viewpoint to be constructed that accurately reflects an actual photograph, which in turn allows a wireline (representing the outline of the proposed development form) or fully rendered image of the proposed development to be accurately superimposed on the existing photograph.
Depending on the nature of the view and the proposed development, an AVR can be a very simple block or wireline image or it can be a very detailed photorealistic image.
The current practice guides this process and is informed by include:
• Landscape Institute Technical Guidance Note 06/19
• Guidelines on Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment 3rd edition (2013)
• London View Management Framework (March 2012)
Appendix D of The London View Management Framework identifies 4 main types of AVR as shown.