When Kinley came to us we new this was going to a great project. The brief was to create a series of product renders and an installation video showing how their system and its components are built and installed.
After we gained a greater understanding of the process, a story board was developed and agreed on. Sample previews animations were signed off. Sample renders were used to establish the look and feel. Once all of the key component were agreed the process of rendering could begin. HD resolution and a quick turnaround was needed. Our in house render farm gave us more than enough power and the results speak for the themselves.
“Working on these types of high profile projects is always a pleasure, our team relishes the opportunities to show off their skills.”
WHAT WE DID
CGI is the most common form of 3D and has been the foundation of our success. Our ultimate goal is to produce images that are photo-realistic. It's fair to say you can't trust a picture, is it real? It's hard to tell. This type of imagery can replace the need for traditional photo-shoots. No need for expensive venues with limited time-scales and high rental costs. Place your product in any setting, change the lighting conditions and try endless colour and finish variations. This is a very powerful and flexible form of 3D....
360 INTERACTIVE TOUR
With our high definition 360 renders, you can now show the world around you to your clients or to the mass public. We take our renders to the next level and encapsulate them in a beautiful user-friendly interface - why don't you add this immersive experience to your brand? Fully compatible with your hand-held device and virtual reality headsets, this powerful tool is a very perfect way to display your design concepts. If you would like to see how virtual tours will work for your next project then please drop us a line email@example.com...
“Our team has worked with the best designers in the country and we continue to inspire our customers, delivering high quality work and conducting ourselves with professionalism and passion”