Our specialist visualisation team has a strong track record and experience from high-profile cross discipline projects covering various sectors. The uses of visualisations are endless, and can be tailored to any project with any budget.
Photomontage/virtual verified imagery
Accurately positioned renderings of 3D models for proposed work are integrated into photographs to provide a highly accurate representation of how the concept will look upon completion within existing surroundings.
Computer generated imagery
Our 3D models and virtual environments can be captured in the form of still images. Still imagery and photomontages are easy to transport, can be viewed by anyone, and are easily inserted into documents.
Animations of 3D models can be used in a number of ways. They introducing concepts to the viewer in a clear and digestible form. Animations can take the form of explaining construction sequencing involved with a design or simply exploring developments and environments.
Our team has dedicated professional HD video capture and editing equipment to provide professional standard digital excellence. Specialised accessories and experience allow clear and steady footage to be captured in almost any conditions.
Post production/video compositing
Blending live action video footage with computer generated imagery, artifacts or motion graphics means that new, un-built or inaccessible infrastructure can be integrated into footage of existing surroundings alongside on-screen information or diagrams.
Virtual reality/Realtime 3D
Virtual reality and Realtime 3D let the user explore 3D data in real time and experience how plans will look once complete, as if they were walking around the completed design. Various levels of interactivity can be implemented such as virtual inspections, train journeys, testing fire escape routes and more.
Interactive 3D plans that pop out of a design when viewed through a tablet or mobile phone. Use menus to toggle different views (x-ray vision, cut through) and turn different disciplines on/off.