3D Product rendering

3D Product rendering

3D Product rendering

Have 3D Product rendering made

Made a crazy 3D animation to launch a product? But how do you deal with platforms, media and communications where you don't want to use moving images, but rather pictures or photos? Through 3D product rendering, we create "stills" of products and solutions so they can be used in all your static communications.

COST-SAVING

COST-SAVING

COST-SAVING

VERSATILE

VERSATILE

VERSATILE

INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM THE REAL THING

INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM THE REAL THING

INDISTINGUISHABLE FROM THE REAL THING

REPLACEMENT FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

REPLACEMENT FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

REPLACEMENT FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

HIGH QUALITY

HIGH QUALITY

HIGH QUALITY

VISUALIZE EACH PRODUCT IN DETAIL

VISUALIZE EACH PRODUCT IN DETAIL

VISUALIZE EACH PRODUCT IN DETAIL

Still perfection

There are plenty of situations where still images are needed to convey information. We often combine moving images with still images. If you've created a moving product demonstration, we can use those "stills" again for product communications where still images are desired. Such as on your website, in brochures, powerpoints and exhibition stands. This way you create unity throughout your campaign.

Replacement photography

A 3D product render is increasingly being substituted for product photography. This is because it offers many advantages. For example, you can show products from all angles, highlight parts during product updates, replace them easily and quickly, without having to set up, arrange and create everything from scratch. In addition, you can simulate situations that are very difficult to photograph in reality. The possibilities are endless.

Benefits of 3D Product Rendering

Cost-saving

In relation to photography, 3D product rendering pays for itself quickly because of its efficiency. 

Flexible

Easily depict and adjust products in all kinds of situations and from all kinds of angles.

Short time to market

Even before the product is produced, it can be communicated to (potential) customers with a 3D product rendering.

Visual impressions of 3D Product Rendering

Jasper Kolbrink

Digital & Content Manager, Thales

"We asked C4Real to make an animation the design of the Arrowhead 140. With a number of technical companies together, you come to a lot of technical information. It's not in us to make something out of this that everyone can understand. That's where C4Real jumped in. I think they did a very good job making an animation within the given time and with quite a few additions like water simulation."

Jasper Kolbrink

Digital & Content Manager, Thales

"We asked C4Real to make an animation the design of the Arrowhead 140. With a number of technical companies together, you come to a lot of technical information. It's not in us to make something out of this that everyone can understand. That's where C4Real jumped in. I think they did a very good job making an animation within the given time and with quite a few additions like water simulation."

Jasper Kolbrink

Digital & Content Manager, Thales

"We asked C4Real to make an animation the design of the Arrowhead 140. With a number of technical companies together, you come to a lot of technical information. It's not in us to make something out of this that everyone can understand. That's where C4Real jumped in. I think they did a very good job making an animation within the given time and with quite a few additions like water simulation."

Also communicate visually?

Exploded views

The great advantage of a 3D product render, over photography, is that we can present the product as an exploded view. An exploded view means that we take the product "apart" and thus separate the parts from a total product. This makes it immediately clear to the target audience how the product is put together and you maintain the overview of the total product.

Visualizing the product as a solution

For many of our customers, the product they supply is part of a larger system. In doing so, it is important to visualize not just the product, but the solution. What does the product do for the customer? And what does the environment in which this solution is provided look like? We do this by visualizing both the component and the system and the environment in which it provides a solution. For example, think of a composite floor as a product, in a military vehicle, that provides a solution in war zones.

3D model as a basis for visual assets

Realizing 3D product renders requires a 3D model. We often create this model based on a technical 3D model from the client, or we engineer it ourselves. In addition to 3D product renders, this visual 3D model can also be used to create a 3D animation, virtual showroom, product configurator or instructional video. A solid basis to create more impact and reach with your product communication.

Years of experience

We have been visualizing various complex products and processes such as engines, high-tech systems, ships, installation techniques and engineering processes since 2007. Through our years of experience, we know exactly how to make complex stories visually understandable for your target audience.

Successful together with Nouryon

Haimo Tonnaer

Digital Customer Experience, Nouryon

"How our customers' employees can work safely with our products, we visualized that perfectly in a 3D animation and later also in a VR training we offer our customers. The first reaction we get from our customers to this visual content is usually "wow, that's really professional. After all, we can show them what happens inside a tank, things that normally remain invisible."

Successful together with Nouryon

Haimo Tonnaer

Digital Customer Experience, Nouryon

"How our customers' employees can work safely with our products, we visualized that perfectly in a 3D animation and later also in a VR training we offer our customers. The first reaction we get from our customers to this visual content is usually "wow, that's really professional. After all, we can show them what happens inside a tank, things that normally remain invisible."

Successful together with Nouryon

Haimo Tonnaer

Digital Customer Experience, Nouryon

"How our customers' employees can work safely with our products, we visualized that perfectly in a 3D animation and later also in a VR training we offer our customers. The first reaction we get from our customers to this visual content is usually "wow, that's really professional. After all, we can show them what happens inside a tank, things that normally remain invisible."

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