3D software enables us to produce photo realistic product renders which are often better than real life and made entirely of 3D graphics making it quicker than ever before. Bringing your ideas, sketches and designs to life through 3D modelling and animation can be a very rewarding experience and enables you to show a dynamic multi-dimensional product rather than a static 2D photograph.
It’s possible you have a product where you need to show all 360 angles on a website. We can produce this for you. Perhaps you need a photo realistic product render for a presentation. We can produce this for you. Do you need a new logo or theme building from nothing and don’t know where to start. We can do it all. We can even create buildings and rooms containing set, stage and lighting to show you what your live event will look like before you get there.
Building virtual 3D models of products means that valuable creative time is spent on new product development designs with mileage in them. So you don’t need to photograph them in order to share them. We can then take this one step further and bring the product to life through animation which can be exported to a video file, embedded into your PowerPoint presentation or uploaded to your website.
We were approached by a regular client with a view to creating an induction video to send out to new employees. The video was commissioned to communicate the size of the business, the heritage, the various different departments, the vastness of the site and, in particular, navigating around the Head Office building.
The video production team needed to work with our 3D design experts in order to create a ‘Day in the Life’ of the building which was to include some dynamic movements with a fly-around, building sectional cutaways and timelapse footage.
We started by photographing the building extensively which led to the creation of a 3D model of the building. Textures were then applied to surfaces and finally the animated movement was added. The 3D visualisation was created using our own render farm and then incorporated into the video to create the final solution.