Did the 3D artists recognise the critical timeframe requirements for visual evidence distribution to all parties?
Did the Accuracy of Your 3D Photomontages Get Questioned At VCAT Hearing by Panel Members or Opposing Barrister?
Were there any questions to the accuracy and precision of the 3D photomontages from the opposition? How effective were the photomontages in being used as visual impact evidence?
Was the statement of methodology succinct in explaining the process of creating the 3D photomontages?
Have your 3D visualisations ever failed to stand up to the test at VCAT or similar mediation panels? Have they ever been questioned for accuracy or technical methodology?
Or have they ever been thrown out of VCAT because of failure to deliver the compliant visualisation in time as per the VCAT Practice notes?
This definitive guide will step you through the 5 key insights to understanding what goes in to accredited 3D photomontages and what steps to follow in order to ensure the visual evidence is accepted and used throughout the hearing.
Who this whitepaper is for?
- Property Developers
- Town Planners and Barristers
- Architects and Development Managers
Key Insights Discussed
- Photography – How to follow the strict process of obtaining the before photos of the streetscape.
- Survey – How the camera points survey is utilised in order to create accurate photo-matching.
- 3D Model – How model flexibility is crucial to ensure the tight deadlines are met.
- Vegetation – How proposed vegetation needs to be shown on the 3D photomontages.
- Methodology – How the statement of methodology needs to explain the process of producing the visual impact assessments.