3-D Graphics can create wireframe and solid models from your graphics. Objects for display are the input geometry of the noise models plus derived, calculated data such as Digital Ground Models, Grid Noise Maps, Grid Cross-sectional Noise Maps, Meshed Maps and Façade Noise Maps. The program is capable of displaying multiples of each noise map type. It is also possible to “stretch” a bitmap from the planning process over the DGM and display it as a 3-D Graphic. Operations in the 3-D Graphics are zoom, move, tilt and rotate, so you can see your model from any direction. Preparing the 3-D Graphics for presentation in other graphics, unfortunately, requires converting it into a bit map. Open GL does not contain a way to output it to the printer directly. Higher print resolutions than the screen supplies are possible.