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Blender 3D 2.49 Architecture, Buildings, and Scenery by Allan Brito

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Interactive animation

The difference between a regular animation, created for a video file, and an interactive animation is that here we won't have to set up keyframes. The goal is to create a simple game, where someone will walk and even interact with a virtual environment.

Most 3D suites can't create this kind of simulation by themselves, but Blender can! It's because Blender has a Game Engine, which allows us to use physics simulations and of course, create games.

For architectural visualization, it's very useful to create an interactive walk-through into a project. It's extremely simple to build this simulation, because it will involve only the animation of the camera, and not of characters or complex interactions. So all we have to do is prepare ...

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