This article is in continuation of previous text. In the previous part, the first part of the article, in which all available materials of a location were presented in the form of 3D models with enhanced textures. The 3D models have a unified, standardized color map, thus allowing a full representation of an object. Each of the 3D objects is presented in the form of a texture map with a unique color ascribed to each land use. Due to the additional attributes of the neighboring objects, such as buildings, trees, feature, etc., these models can be easily ordered in space and time. All models are grouped in the form of materials, so that the search and filtering for particular objects is very easy. Because the observed objects are 3D, it is not possible to render it using dynamic lights. If desired, it will be possible to create self-lighting objects, giving the impression of a real lighting in the locality. This solution is less than perfect and is not intended for terrain processing. From the work of 3D simulation companies, terrain is widely used in defense. Thus, a full set of 3D models and maps can be accepted as a preview of the terrain in its capacity to provide a wide range of research. For example, we can find that the city of Prague has a significant percentage of industrial buildings. This city, with its approximately 40-year-old appearance, has been used by various researchers to study urban decay and its impacts as well as urbanization. Geographers have done a lot of work on the Balkans, by which it is possible to create an archive of its historical development and take a look at its current condition. Historians look at the current state of their area and try to understand the historical development of their region. We can thus site the appearance of a particular area in a historical perspective, but we also use the data about natural and human-caused disasters in the past to identify events that will affect the future of the area.
In this article, we present a landscape, based on data from the SketchUp form of Geometry is used in the development of ArchiCAD 3D. Each part of the landscape in the form of a separate part for architectural materials is modeled using SketchUp and processed with Materials Studio. For that, we used the Lumion 3D software. d2c66b5586