But one of the most amazing powers of 3D rendering, and also the most obvious one, is the fact that you can visualize something without the need of a real product. You can bring something to life that is yet to be produced.
This power brings with it tremendous benefits:
- Convince your audience: With an early 3D visualization you can better communicate your idea’s to your customers, project team members, management or investors.
- Head start for marketing and promotions: By already having a 3D render of your product, marketing and promotions can start before the actual production of the product. Think for example of promoting your product on your website, social media or a trade fair. In this way, the potential investors can already be persuaded to invest.
- Save in costs: 3D visualizations are easier to produce than classic photography. Which needs more equipment, a studio, a photographer and an editor. But for a 3D visualization you do not need an actual physical product yet. You can visualize using a 3D model and save costs on prototyping and production.
Let’s have a look at some example 3D visualizations. The first example is a visualization of a vintage telescope. It is an item that does not exist. But with its 3D model we are able to visualize al kinds of perspectives of this product:
And down below are some examples of products that have been produced.
Like for example the Arduino Mega 2650:
An Audi RS6:
Or these industrial brakes:
The only thing that was required was a 3D model of the product and a skilled 3D artist.
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