Product Rendering Services
Product Rendering Prices Start at $200
RealSpace’s Product Rendering Services are photo realistic and ready for print with super high resolution. The main factor for the cost of a product render is the complexity of the model and the quality of the plans we are provided for it. We are pro’s at providing detailed, accurate, visually stunning renders for a variety of different products. They range from medical devices to prototype renders to furniture designs and much, much more. If you can imagine it we can render it. Having the ability to show off your inventory before it exists can provide huge cost savings and assist in discovering potential design flaws. Whether your project is just a pipe dream or you need new packaging for an existing product we can help.
The fusion of technology and industry is supporting entrepreneurs and investors in new ways. The face of product generation and marketing is changing, with current advancement in technology. Increased computing speeds
have made 3D modeling, including renders and animated video, more financially accessible for entrepreneurs and inventors.
3D modeling is being offered to entrepreneurs and investors during the generative process of product ideas prior to production, in order to attract investment, and for pre production orders and marketing. Entrepreneurs and inventors are able to see their vision in 3D rendered images and or in animated video, using 3D modeling technology, throughout a products emergence, at any stage of the creative process. Renders and video may take anywhere from 72 hours to a few weeks, depending on the size of the project.
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Benefits of product visualization:
The ability to visualize and interact with a product might catch costly mistakes in design, and allow entrepreneurs and inventors to go back to the drawing board. For example, an inventor has come up with a new concept for solar equipment. She sends her concept designs as sketches to a 3D modeling company, along with her order. She asks for a few renders of the solar equipment from a variety of angels and using different materials, along with an animated video of her design disassembled and being put together and then working. As she watches the footage she noticed a design flaw and goes back to redesign a new feature of the project, which can then be added to the 3D model. 3D modeling is also being used to attract investors. Say the same inventor sees the visualizations of her concept and decides it is ready to move forward to the next phase. She can bring the same images and video to investors to generate capital. Investors can visualize and interact with her concept, and experience her idea in motion. Another option is that she decides instead to market her concept at this phase, before production of the idea. She uses the images and video in her online marketing to companies. Costumers are able to visualize and interact with her concept and she is able to test whether a market exists for her concept before the costly production phase. She might design her marketing so that she is able to receive orders and payment and based on a certain amount of bookings she will put her concept into production.
3D modeling can support entrepreneurs and inventors anywhere throughout their processes in cost effective ways.