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WHY Visualise?

A 3d interactive render of your product is a unique way of showing your product in detail, on any device that supports web browsing. 3D visualisations can be embedded onto your website, and viewed on a desktop, laptop or mobile device. Unlike a video of the product, the 3d render is fully interactable, allowing the viewer to fully turn and zoom in and out of the product using their mouse or a finger. The viewer will quickly grasp the layout, textures and finish of the product in a way that is not possible with still images or video. A detailed and accurate render of the product can be made at any stage in the design process,whether the product design is finalised or not, making this an excellent way of presenting a product to potential backers, or to gauge consumer interest. This is much more cost effective than producing physical prototypes, and the 3d model can easily have colours and textures changed out, or indeed large scale changes to the design can be made by our 3d modellers. The 3d render can be placed against a plain backdrop, or placed into different environments to show how it would look and work in the physical world.

The Benefits

The customer can view the intricate details/qualities of your product in a way that wouldn’t be possible through traditional photographs, video or text.  The tactile aspect of the user being able to fully rotate and zoom in and out of the product gives a real “feel” for the object and its qualities. This can be utilised for quickly demonstrating a prototype product to potential investors or customers, or can be used in an e-commerce setting for an existing product, to allow customers to really “see what they are getting”.   Changes can easily be made to colours, textures and materials on the model. We can produce 3D renderings for any size/type product, including those that have very small, intricate details, and those that are too large to photograph easily. Animation can be incorporated into the render so that moving parts on the product can be shown working while the render is “resting”. Alternatively cutaways can be shown, to demonstrate the process or makeup of the product.  In other words, a lot of information can be fit into these renders in a clean and easily-understood way.