The Navigation window is the place where you can see the project in 3D, moving all around in order to change the needed point of view. Also, Navigation window allows you to interact with the project, modifying some parts of it: for example you can place new objects and furnishing or move/delete the existing ones. Or even tile floor/walls/countertops/objects in many ways, change materials , …; we encourage you to plan as much as possible in Navigation window if you’re operating together with your customer, so that he/she will have the opportunity of keeping concentrated on the 3D of the scene.
From within this window, deciding the best point of view to refer to, you will launch the rendering process so that you can create a photograph of the scene.
The graphic quality you see in the Navigation window, in fact, is not the best you can achieve with the Application; the best one can be reached by using one of the available (optional) Rendering Engines.
Even if the Navigation window graphic quality will never be as good as the rendering one, you can tune it up by getting to the Preferences (Options) mask, as you saw in the Introduction chapter. Remember, indeed, that the maximum Navigation quality can be used just with high performance graphic cards and computers.
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2017 and later versions