Product Visualisation

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Product Visualisation (Rendering, Animation & Virtual Reality)

You can create a photo-realistic visualisation of your product, importing the model and material details, to see exactly how the finished version will look. Show clients what they can expect from the end result and gain a full appreciation of the visual appeal.

The following technologies detailed within this section give you the opportunity to present work in progress to all stakeholders in a way they can understand; encouraging informed commentary and affording the ability to make sure that what you’re working on is moving in exactly the direction you initially envisaged, and that your clients expected.

Visualisation can now be delivered through several different medias either being that of static renderings, animations or fully immersive virtual reality. By importing your model into a VR environment, you can demonstrate the experience of the product; what it does, how it looks, and how it works. When presented through Oculus Rift or HTC Vive headsets your product will become real, and your clients will appreciate an immersive view of what can be achieved.

Excitech offers training, consultancy and technical support within these areas and working alongside specialist partners, can also provide project support services aligned to a customer’s brief.

Autodesk 3DS Max
3D modelling, animation and rendering software for product visualisations.
Product Information  I  Training Options 

Autodesk VRED
3D visualisation and virtual prototyping software. VRED helps designers and engineers create product presentations, design reviews, and virtual prototypes using interactive raytracing and analytic render modes.
Call 01992 807 444 or email for further product information and training options 



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