It takes months, sometimes years, before being able to see a project realized in reality. Whether it's a terraced house, a proposal for interior design or a new object of common use, like a mobile phone, the wait is always unnerving. One is never sure of the final outcome, if the customer will enjoy the result. We often find problems only when it is too late or too expensive to intervene.
There is a way to avoid unpleasant surprises: rendering: the creation of a three-dimensional, photo-realistic image, utterly faithful to the original project. A fast and effective way for the customer to appreciate the final result before the actual implementation.
How can it help me a rendering service?
Imagine designing a new line of kitchens for a major manufacturer. After weeks of intense work, you've finally finished the project. You are very happy with the result. The product manager, however, is not very convinced: he can not "see" the finished product from one project. He doubts that the market will respond well to the new design you have created. What can you do to convince him? The CAD is not enough. You must allow the manager to figure out the kitchen in a real environment, in an apartment or in a house.
Render allows you just that! It offers a three-dimensional, photo-realistic image, faithful to reality 100%. As if the furniture had been shaped, polished and installed in the kitchen of a house.
Thanks to render, you can also:
Reduce costs and obtain high-quality promotional material. Making even a few shots for a catalog or brochure can cost thousands of Euros, especially for products still in the prototype stage. With rendering you will not have to hire a photographer, but you can make the shots you want from all possible points of view, to a considerably lower cost.
Reduce business risk by testing a product on the market prior to its effective implementation. For example, using focus groups of potential customers you can refer to a brochure with photorealistic renderings. Analyzing their comments can intervene and modify the project before realizing the prototype.
To demonstrate the functionality of equipment using photo-realistic animation. Abstraction is one of the most difficult mental activities. Providing video support to explain the operation of a machine is one of the simplest and most effective ways to show the potential customer even very complex projects (eg, medical equipment, industrial equipment, etc..).