Thanks to increasingly powerful computers and software, 3D visualizations are becoming increasingly interesting for projects with a smaller budget. It doesn\'t always have to be complex animations — a few selected perspectives of a planned exhibition stand are more meaningful than a floor plan. Good 3D renderings not only help to attract funding for a planned project, but can also avoid bad investments. The photo-realistic simulation of the lighting and spatial conditions of an architectural visualization enables a fairly precise assessment of the effect on future visitors already in the planning phase.
Once the geometric data is on the computer, there is of course nothing to be said against a virtual tracking shot through the planned premises. A few years ago, this was a very costly and time-consuming affair. We always use the latest and most powerful computers and thanks to our cooperation with various network companies that operate so-called render farms, photo-realistic animated films lasting several minutes can be calculated in just a few days.
Another focus in the area of ??3D animation is the depiction of technical and scientific processes, as can be seen in the well-known science magazines. The virtual world knows neither spatial nor physical boundaries, so many relationships can only be clearly illustrated with this technology.
Whether it is realistic images of reality or more abstract content — in any case the question arises how the product should be presented. In most cases, the animated film is integrated into a multimedia concept presentation, for example, or placed online as a stand-alone product or distributed on DVD. But when it comes to a presentation at an event, there are often only financial limits to the imagination. Large-format LED walls in extreme formats or panoramic projections can be taken into account when producing a 3D film with very little additional effort.
The reference list gives you project examples of the different aspects of 3D visualization.
|Vehicle Animation: Police Operation at Barbarossaplatz|
Simulation vs. Animation – How traffic simulation and vehicle simulation can interact.
|Touch Screen App: Mercedes-Benz EQC|
An example for the combination of high quality 3D renderings with user interaction in realtime
|Traffic Simulation: Plug-in for Cinema 4D|
Plug-in software for Maxon Cinema 4D for realistic simulation and 3D visualization of traffic flows
|Technical Animation: Mercedes-AMG Roadster|
Example of a technical 3D animation with our self-developed vehicle simulation software
|Product Animation: Ideematec PV Trackung|
Technical 3D animation of the product properties of the photovoltaic tracking system "safeTrack Horizon"
|PV Tracking Software: Plug-in for Cinema 4D|
Custom software for the management of large photovoltaic systems
|Touch Screen App: Mercedes-AMG Engine|
An example of the combination of photo-realistic 3D renderings with integrated graphic and text elements in real time.
|Touch Screen App: smart Configurator|
Another example of the combination of high-quality 3D renderings with 3D graphics in real time
|3D Graphics: Sunpower Solar Home Solution|
High-resolution, detailed 3D graphics for the print sector
|Product Animation: Ideemasun PV Hybrid|
3D animation of technical processes of a photovoltaic hybrid system for industrial plants