What is Blender?
Blender is a free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, even video editing and game creation.
It can be downloaded and used for free from https://www.blender.org/
What is the Animtion Nodes addon?
It is a nodes based visual scripting system designed for motion graphics in Blender. It let’s you program object behavior without the need to touch native python code. Predefined nodes are linked in a logical way, which leads to objects moving through 3D space and create an anticipated motion graphics animation.
What are Motion Graphics?
Motion Graphics are a form of animation. It is the art of adding movement to static graphics design. This form of animation is used a lot in TV-Advertisements, Movie-Intros/-Credits and Youtube-Videos.
What are Geometry Nodes?
Geometry Nodes are a functionality that was introduced in Blender 2.92. It lets you create custom modifiers with a node based scripting workflow. With it the geometry of objects can be manipulated procedurally. This way it is possible to deliver effects that are highly customizable with only slight tweaks and no programming experience at all.
What is ArchViz?
ArchViz stands for architectural visualization. It describes the work of taking a design concept and visualizing it in 3D. This way, clients are not only looking at floor plans that were designed by architects, but can get a feeling for whole buildings, houses and rooms that don’t really exist yet in the real world. With the advancements in AR/VR it is even possible to walk through these visualizations in a virtual environment.