Visualisation and animation are not really about the technical details. The most important thing is the good and clear thought behind what you make and what you want to present.
Technically savvy 3D visualisation is not worth much if you make the wrong decisions along the way or forget to think a couple of steps ahead. It is a means and not a goal in itself.
With a more long-term perspective you will achieve what you want and get yourself noticed in the right way – and you can use visualisations for everything from printed brochures to videos and trade fair stands, without re-inventing the wheel each time:
Re-use and development of ideas and concepts.
This is a smart use of 3D visualisation – and it is a formidable engine in sales and marketing activities.
We spend time listening to and understanding the message you want to convey, and we contribute if we feel we have something to add (which we often do), before we give you a price for the job. A price we stick to.
In the 3D Blog, Managing Director Helge Bjordal at Nagelld 3D animation and visualisation gives the following answer when asked about pricing and costs:
– I’m glad you asked that question. No, it doesn’t actually have to be very expensive. When I tell people what I do, there are many who think our services must be extremely expensive.
PS: You are probably wondering what the picture at the top is?
It was part of the solution to a challenge faced by Steen-Hansen Aquaculture: "How do we communicate clearly that Steen-Hansen invests heavily in research and development, and get people to stop and listen so that we can tell them how we work?"
It started with an advertising campaign. And once we had the 3D objects ready for the advertisements, it was easy to make a video too.
Click on the video below and you will understand what we mean:
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