Cadking have worked on scores of 3D computer visualisation projects and have produced many hundreds of visualisations, from furniture concepts, to high resolution stills for use in brochures and marketing material, to broadcast quality animation sequences for television and film production.



Clicking on different images to the left will call catalogues with many examples of our visualisation work:-

Robert Adam's Vision of Edinburgh. Currently this catalogue includes some 450 images, animation sequences and photographs, all captioned and with copious notes and carefully researched essays, examining Adam's supurb unbuilt and destroyed designs for Edinburgh.

Alexander "Greek" Thomson - Queens Park UP Church interior. This project was commissioned for the opening exhibition at the Lighthouse in Glasgow, Scotlands new architecture and design centre. Thomson's church was hit at the end of the war by a stray bomb, and burnt to the ground. This reconstruction is based on the four remaining black and white photographs of the building, measured drawings of the building created early last century, and a watercolour of the font and pulpit by a C19 architecture students. Captions are by architectural historian Gavin Stamp, who was closely involved as advisor for the reconstruction, as was Sally Rush, an expert on the artist Daniel Cottier who worked for Thomson to produce the elaborate internal decoration. Animation sequences generated by the project were used in Murray Grigor's film "Ninevah on the Clyde".

Combined catalogue. A keyword searchable catalogue of both these projects can be found at SCRAN (Scottish Cultural Resource Access Network) click the button below for access.








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