3D product visualization
3D product visualization is simply the creation of three-dimensional models of products. Three-dimensional models provide compelling visuals that showcase products in a much more impressive and thorough way than a simple, text-based product description.
These can be anything from 360-degree videos, showing the product from all angles, to an interactive view that shows a product’s internal components, or just a 2D render that visualizes your products or coming product even before they are created physically.
Hide The Zebra are experts in creating products in 3D, shading, lighting, creating environments to place the product into, and producing promotion films, renders, and prints of products that are not yet produced.
This enables companies and their customers to engage and explore a product before buying it, allowing a better understanding of what they are buying. You can see the product from every angle, inside and outside, and switch between different colors and variations with a simple click.
Why use 3D instead of photography?
3D visualizations offer a few advantages over traditional product photography.
You save time and money otherwise spent on expensive and time-consuming photoshoots.
You can showcase every angle and perspective of your product at once, providing for a better user experience
3D visualizations offer more flexibility: modifications are easy, your products don’t have to be reshot if you change an element of their design, and you can quickly create thousands of product variations.
You can begin designing a 3D model of a product while it is still being developed. That way, you can launch your marketing campaigns as soon as the product is ready.
Both 3D product visualization and traditional photography can clearly and efficiently highlight a product’s selling points. A combination of the two is sure to give you the best of both worlds.
When you want to make a purchase decision the key factor is your ability to visualize a product. Using 3D visualization companies are capable of communicating and envisioning products without having the physical product.
For end users, this gives them the ability to examine and customize products to fit their unique needs and tastes, and the best part is? Customers aren’t restricted by storefront operating hours.