3D graphics help you to visualise when the product is not yet available or when photos are inadequate. Take advantage of the CAD data which is usually already available in your R&D department. Unlimited perspectives, transparency and openings make 3D graphics both fascinating and meaningful.
Procedures (such as assembly processes) can be clearly and comprehensibly illustrated using our stylistic image editing. When this is enhanced with interactivity, an effective user experience is guaranteed. 3D graphics appeal to the visual memory because they convey information non-verbally. This presents an interesting affordable alternative – especially for e-learning, step-by-step instructions and service manuals.
Importing CAD data
The proper usage of CAD data for these graphics requires a clear agreement on the data structure; the mere specification of the format is insufficient. Complex construction topologies require in-depth product knowledge and a knack for interpreting the data correctly. We can work with STEP, IGES and various other file formats. We’ll find the best solution together.
Working in close coordination with the author, our graphic designers implement arrows, numbers, transparencies, frames and colours into the image. Zoom-in magnifiers can be positioned next to each other. The zoom-in function enlarges a scene so that details can be seen. If these details are subject to change, then a sequence can be shown. The location of the zoomed-in content is shown by an arrow in the overall view of the product.
The object, the light, the camera perspective and the surface characteristics all contribute to determine the composition of a 3D image. Defining these parameters for every image is essential. That is why we create material libraries for our clients and save scenarios so that they can be used as often as desired.
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+ 49 521 950220