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 New 3d Visualization Of World Trade Center
Posted: Oct 22 2007, 12:58 AM


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This video illustrates the efforts of Nathan Evans a Visual Effects and Animation artist to produce a high fidelity visualization of World Trade Center 1 and 2. Showing steel core columns, wiring, ventilation, office furniture, restrooms, concrete, glass, secondary steel columns, office walls and other building content. Keep in mind do to the size of the building it would be impossible to show all the content in these building do to resolution of video and available of processing power that my computer will allow at the present.

In this video it will help you understand visually what the building's content was in wtc1 and 2.

The render is based off the blueprints of floor 47-the noticeable differences of each floor from the blueprints would be the center positioning of the stairs and specific spacing of restrooms and the walls of storage space.

This video was created for the final cut of Loose Change and for learn purposes.
In future videos Nathan Evans is hoping to create World Trade Center buildings 1, 2 and 7 matching 100% of each floor from the original blueprints with also covering basement space and content.

To see Nathan Evans past work history you can go to...
Posted: Oct 22 2007, 05:49 AM

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its a shame the youtube quality is so poor
Posted: Oct 22 2007, 11:22 AM

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This is amazing, great work!!!
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