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AccuCities Ltd. is a 3D mapping agency producing a library of 3D city models as well as custom 3D models of as-built environments. Industry-standard supplier of 3D models for planning, AccuCities 3D modelling service now covers 98.5% of United Kingdom.
- 3D Model of London
- 3D Model of Birmingham
- 3D Model of Bristol
- 3D Model of Cardiff
- 3D Model of Dublin
- 3D London in SimScale wind comfort simulation
- File:Case Study - 3D London in Colliers International Bonhill Building animation.pdf
- 3D City Model for Avison Young’s digital Dublin
- Anstey Horne’s innovative use of 3D model of London
- 3D Cardiff Digital City Twin by Oasis Cities
- Digital Birmingham City Model by Anstey Horne
- AccuCities 3D Printed London in AR using FME
- Bristol Wind Microclimate Analysis by SimScale
- 3D London model in Planbase by 3D Repo
- Context 3D Model used in Planning by Rockhunter
- Kima Noise Art Installation at TATE Exchange
- Daylight & Overshadowing Study by DPR
- WebVR positioning for urban AR visualisations
- 3D London animations for a UN exhibition
- Public Consultation Boards by Weston Williamson
- Holicity: Machine learning 3D urban structures
- Research: Searchable 3D smart city model
- Research: AccuCities 3D London in Manifold Plus
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