TapGlance – Interior Design 3D Rendering | NewsWatch Review

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So you’re about to renovate your home. Then you realize you are having trouble visualizing what it will all look like when you’re done. Sure, you can make a blueprint or diagram the changes, but there is only so much you can do with two dimensions. Wouldn’t it be great if you could see the end result before the job even started? Well, with the new iPad app TapGlance, you can do just that.

This interior design app is a 3D graphic interface that creates high resolution renders of your creations. TapGlance creates renders so real you would swear you were looking at a photo. Despite being such refined 3D rendering software, it emphasizes simplicity and ease of use. They have taken the complex technical aspect out of the process so you can concentrate on design. The iPad touch screen is perfectly suited to this intuitive process.

You start by drawing a two dimensional floor plan. The app then automatically converts it into a 3D space.  Now you can drag and drop models and materials from the provided library. There are over 3,000 prefabricated items, like kitchen cabinets, dressers and closets. You can move, resize and rotate any model, and you can change its appearance. Having pre-made models to customize for your own needs takes away all the time involved with traditional 3D modeling. Once you have completed what you want, you can render it into one of those realistic images to see exactly what it would look like. TapGlance is only $9.99 on the iPad. The prefabricated items and materials are all free but there is a small fee for photo-real renders. Check it out in the appstore by searching TapGlance today.

For more information, visit “TapGlance.com


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