Au·gur | ˈôgər |
1. One of a group of ancient Roman religious officials who foretold events by observing and interpreting signs and omens.
2. A seer or prophet; a soothsayer.
Previsualization allows one to visualize how their project can come together without the on-the-spot surprises. In advertising, it's storyboarding a TV spot. In architecture, it's foreseeing the design within context of the surrounding environment. In motion picture preproduction, it's blocking that complex car chase through a New Years day parade in Manhattan. In manufacturing, it's creating a rapid prototype of a new camera to analyse tactile ergonomics. In solar energy design, it's the ability to predict if new landscaping or construction will have a future impact on system's output.
All these examples and more are reasons to implement previsualization
at the beginning of your next project.
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