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What defines the cost of visualization

1. Availability of all necessary source materials. Lack of required materials drives the cost up.
2. To do our job we need initial materials. But even if we are short of initial materials we will still handle it. However, as we will need to create the missing documents by ourselves, the cost of visualization will be higher.
3. Complexity of the project itself (complexity of volume configurations, materials, surrounding elements, etc.).
4. Projects differ in complexity. The simpler the project in terms of scope, materials and surrounding elements, the less its price.
5. Time of creation of 3D visualization. The less time there is for visualization, especially for a high-quality and elaborate one, the more expensive it will be.
6. The cost of the order is affected by the urgency that is required of the project. High-quality work on a tight schedule costs more than the same work done with a more relaxed deadline.
7. Degree of abstraction of the finished image. Creation of a super-realistic image requires more laborious work and consequently costs more. A rough visualization can be created faster and costs less. A rough variant of visualization will allow your client to get the big picture of a project, not paying attention to minor details.
8. Creation of the maximum realistic image is more expensive than the conventional sketch because it requires more effort. An image created in such way allows the client to see a realistic "photograph" of a place which doesn't exist yet. On the other hand, a rough variant of visualization doesn't require much effort, costs less and is created faster and does not distract attention with minor details.
9. Number and size of finished images.
10. And finally, the cost of visualization is affected by the number and size of images to be obtained upon completion of works.



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