Tri-Tech Imaging, Inc. (TTI) is a full service visualization company specializing in computer generated, photorealistic animations & renderings for the Civil/Architectural Industry. TTI is dedicated to maintaining the most current hardware & software technology to provide cost-effective solutions to your visualization needs. If you would like more information, either fill out the information request form or send e-mail to email@example.com.
Objects or entire facilities can be modeled in either MicroStation 95 or Virtus Walkthrough software. These computer models can be texture mapped with photographs of actual surfaces to provide a high level of realism. These models can then be provided on diskette, JAZ disk, or uploaded to your ftp site for your internal use, or they can be provided in one, or more, of our output formats.
Our modeling/rendering engine is:
Pentium 166mHz Windows 95 PC
6 GB Hard Disk
ViewSonic 21" Monitor
Matrox Millenium MGA Graphics Card with 8MB RAM
Calcomp DrawingBoard III with 16 button puck
Iomega 1MB JAZ drive
2400dpi Color Flatbed Scanner
This process combines computer rendered objects edited into a photograph and output as a new rendering. For instance, the customer would provide a photograph of a house and architectural plans for an addition. TTI would build the addition in the computer, render a view which matches that of the provided photograph, then edit the two images together so that you can "see" the addition to the house prior to building it.
Views can be rendered in 16.7 million colors in sizes up to 32" x 40" at 300dpi. Output media can be translucent bond, mylar, or high-gloss photo paper. TTI utilizes a Hewlett-Packard HP-755CM Color InkJet plotter for this process.S-VHS or VHS Video Tape Animations
Models and objects can be animated over time and recorded to S-VHS or VHS videocassette. TTI utilizes a DPS Perception Video Digitizing Card w/ the Capture Daughterboard and a Panasonic AG-DS550 S-VHS Recorder for this process.Software Files
Models and Objects can be saved in MicroStation, Virtus, DXF 3D, DWG R12, or IGES format and saved to 1.44MB floppy, 100MB Zip Disk, or 1GB Jaz Disk
Jeffory J. Beckers has been involved in the civil site design industry since 1985 specializing in retail gas station facilities. He has been hired to manage the production of all computer animation and video editing services offered by Tri-Tech Imaging, Inc.
Jeffory was previously an independent gas station designer, developing site designs, preparing permit and construction documents, providing construction management services, and providing 3D models and animations of retail gas station facilities. His list of previous clients includes Sunoco, Coastal, Getty, Texaco, Atlantic, and Burger King.
Jeffory has been working with Intergraph and MicroStation since 1986, both on the PC and Macintosh platforms. He has also been utilizing Virtus Walkthrough for the past 3 years on both the PC and Macintosh platforms.
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