Working with Visrez means no site visits or photo-shoots as all our products are created from assets uploaded by clients.
Blueprints in any format from CAD to PDF or basic drawings help us understand the dimensions and layout of a Guestroom or Event Space.
If no blueprints can be found you can sketch out the space on paper like this client:
Here is one of the 3D Floor Plans created based on the above sketch. (Rollover to Zoom)
Assets can be uploaded to Visrez from the floor plan page by clicking the Upload Button.
On the Upload Screen you can drag & drop the files or select them on your computer to upload them.
Once the assets have uploaded a thumbnail preview panel will display the uploaded assets.
The assets are checked by our team and the status of model is updated to Assets Received.
Visrez delivers an email notification with a breakdown of the assets received to all contacts listed on the order.
The Pin Tool allows you to highlight specific items directly onto any floor plan in Visrez.
Here is an example of revisions marked onto a floor plan.
Set-Ups or Layouts are views from a side angle with 2 / 4 walls removed.
To approve a floor plan click on the Approve Button on the Model screen.
Once a model has been approved it will display a green Thumbs Up icon beside each view.
On the individual floor plan screens you can select a Best Quality, JPG, PNG or the Zoom Code Package.
Here is an example of a building exterior using the Zoom embedded directly from Visrez.
The average file sizes are 8MB for the high resolution plans and 2MB for the web resolution plans.
We recently released an update which allows clients to create their own Event Floor Plans using the 3D Objects produced by Visrez.
Each Meeting & Event Space order now includes the individual 3D Objects such as banquet sets as separate downloadable files.
Each Room model is first uploaded with the standard three views.
Below the Model Views, there is a new panel called Objects which contains the Table & Chair sets required for each set-up style.
These are exact replicas based on the reference shots supplied, they are not stock sets from our library.
Clicking on any of the objects loads it full screen with the Zoom and pin tool for comments which allows you make sure every detail is accurate.
Each object must be approved before we generate the set-up styles for the space.
In the Layouts Panel there is an Empty Room view.
The Empty Room Model can now be downloaded on its own.
Once you have saved the Empty Room & Table Objects you can create your own floor plans using PowerPoint or Keynote.