In today’s world, 3D design is everywhere you turn. The applications of this technology are proving to be limitless in a wide array of industries. It’s an ever-expanding field that has helped businesses of all shapes and sizes realize success with their projects.
Part of this is credited to the ability to present a “finished” product rather quickly that looks stunning and is ready for the market to see. There’s no need to spend months and months developing a working physical prototype to show to potential customers or investors when you could have a 3D visualization of your product created in a fraction of the time. 3D design offers budding entrepreneurs a fast-tracked way to gain market support and build a customer base, with minimal effort. There’s no better way to verify your next idea. But more than just verifying it, entrepreneurs can easily test out a number of different options as well.
In the jewelry industry, designers used to have to sketch out their designs by hand in a tedious process. But with 3D rendering, design ideas can come to fruition much more rapidly. A 3D designer can take an idea and represent it in a variety of forms, colors, and layouts, making it much easier to hone in on the perfect design.
Stepping beyond consumer products, 3D design has helped create stunning results in a variety of other markets as well. Take engineering and architecture for example; a big client meeting with the owner is coming up and an engineering team has to pitch their design in the best way possible. What could be better than actually showing the owner a full, to-scale, visualization of what the building or development will look like? Clients can visually experience what their projects will feel like post-construction. 3D design makes it possible to walk through the hallways of a new office building or fly above a proposed urban development plan with ease.
This application of 3D design also expands into the housing/real estate industry. Now, real estate agents can show prospective buyers what their future home will look like before they even step foot inside it. If a potential customer has a question related to the home or property, often a simple virtual walkthrough can answer them. Customers establish a familiarity with the homes they browse and can get a better idea of which ones will be worth stopping by for an open house.
The point here is to keep an open mind when considering your next project. Could some aspect of your idea be represented more clearly with a 3D model? Do you want to visualize your ideas in a variety of ways – with different colors, shapes, attachments, etc.? Could 3D rendering help establish market credibility for your product with minimal financial investment up front? It’s important to explore all the options and find what will work best for you. We believe that 3D rendering can be the answer to many of your entrepreneurial roadblocks.
- Nick Ingrisani