At 3DLABS, our 3D Artists can take napkin sketches, technical models, 2D or 3D CAD data and bring them to life as photorealistic visuals.
Our images are not only visually accurate but we also focus on the message and story that they are communicating.
These images are used for stakeholder backing, planning consent, public consultation, and external marketing, where it is vital for the images to resonate with the viewer.
We have experience in creating imagery in the following industries; architecture, product, industrial and automotive.
3DLABS have strong links to a number of architects in the UK, in particular with GSSArchitecture.
Examples of these services can be seen in our portfolio of works.
Not only can our team produce still images but we have the capability to produce animations too. Ranging in various styles and levels of detail they can be used to the benefit of various different stages of a project. Opportunities may include:
- Promotional marketing and fundraising
- Instructional training
- Phasing of demolition and construction
- Wayfinding and route planning
Significant investment in computer hardware has given 3DLABS the ability to run our own render farm. By doing this, it means that we are not reliant on outsourcing any part of the process to other companies, giving us full control over our render pipeline.
Follow this link to see an animation we created for iQ Student Accommodation.
Virtual Reality (VR).
At 3DLABS, we definitely understand the importance of creating engaging CGI content as part of our services.
That’s why one of our specialties lies in producing VR environments. We focus on VR that is easy to use and easy to share. We use a process that is cross platform, working on Windows, Mac and mobile devices. It can also be viewed through different forms of VR headset, to give an immersive experience, seeing a scenario in real world scale at high definition.
A recent example of a VR tour we have produced can be found on the Northampton Council website, it promotes the current works at the Northampton Museum & Gallery.