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project facts

Sorrento Boathouse

Sorrento, VIC




SMA Group

Sorrento Boathouse

Visual Impact Evidence for the Sorrento Boathouse

Visual Impact 3D Photomontages, 3D Point Cloud Survey & Statement of Methodology

Sorrento Boathouse

We were briefed to create four camera point views and montage the proposed building into the selected photos for the custom boathouse project in Sorrento. As the site access was constrained, getting the photography and 3D point cloud survey right from the outset was critical.

The key to the photos is to have the right balance between having sufficient surrounding environment together with an accurate representation of how typical human eyesight would perceive the proposed development.

The 3D model of the proposed boathouse was accurately matched up to the environment utilising the 3D point cloud survey, and ultimately by combining the photos with computer-generated visualisation of the boathouse design; we were able to create a realistic representation of the final product.

Our photomontages were meticulously crafted to demonstrate how the boathouse would blend seamlessly with the natural landscape, accurately portraying its impact on the surrounding area. The result was a stunning visual representation highlighting the boathouse’s visual impact.

Furthermore, a variation of the photomontages was created to present how the boathouse would look without the proposed vegetation and an outlined version montaged on the existing photo. These variation images are essential for the visual impact evidence to comply with the VCAT practice note PNVCAT 2.

Later on, we experimented with how AI may perceive climate changes on the boathouse project in Sorrento, and here is a short animation of the artist impressions generated:





Stan Zaslavsky


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