3D RENDERING & EVENT DESIGN
What is 3D rendering?
Rendering & Event Design
WITH 3D RENDERING AND EVENT DESIGN - YOUR IMAGINATION IS OUR PLAYGROUND
At Lumen and Forge, we specialize in 3d rendering and event design. Our visualizations bring your next big idea to life before it even happens! We specialize in creating accurate 3d renders and designs for virtually any purpose, resulting in futuristic images that realistically represent your vision.
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WHAT IS 3D RENDERING?
3d rendering is the computer-assisted process of capturing 3d scene information from a particular viewpoint. This scene information can then be used to generate photo realistic images that look like they are straight out of the real world. 3d renderings can also be used to help determine the quality and quantity of light that will enter a building under certain conditions.
3d renders have been used as a method of capturing and representing the three (3) dimensional aspects of structures and products for decades. The use of 3d rendering capabilities has grown drastically as technology has progressed. 3d rendering is increasingly being used as part of the design process to create high-quality visuals that can be used in marketing, presentations, sales and beyond.
How does 3D Rendering tie into EVent design?
3d rendering is now becoming more popular as an event design element and is being integrated into marketing and presentation styles. 3d event renderings create a unique opportunity for event designers to market the experience that awaits their audience before it even happens. This means that event designers can create a buzz or interest in an event before it even occurs, increasing the chances of selling out faster, encouraging sponsorships or other paid partnerships, and maximizing revenue streams.
Our RENDERING AND DESIGN CAPABILITIES
With over 12 years of experience in the graphics industry, the Lumen and Forge team will work with you throughout your company's entire project life cycle. We have the ability to produce 3d visualizations of all kinds. From video renders, animations, 3d walk-throughs, and product visualizations, we deliver top-quality visuals to our clients 24/7.
Photorealistic Image Renders
3d image rendering is one of the most popular uses for 3D modeling and computer graphics. It allows you to create photorealistic images that are sure to impress clients and/or donors.
3d image rendering uses software such as Cinema 4D and Octane Render to convert information from a 3d model into a photorealistic image render.
There are many photorealistic renderings created for different reasons, but they all have one thing in common - they create a vision of something that doesn't exist yet. This is incredibly valuable when you're creating an event design and looking to convey the look and feel without having to build or hire model makers to do it.
3d Video Renders and Animated Fly Throughs
Adding video to your website, promotional material, social media postings and other mediums is a novel approach to generate a "WOW" factor for your project. This video would dynamically highlight the aesthetic, scale and functionality of a project while showcasing its surrounding environment. Our video renders are done from accurately calculated dimensions, allowing us to produce video that is accurate and true to scale.
As 3D animation using CAD software becomes more common, video is now being used as a way to market architectural projects and upcoming events. In lieu of video animation, enthusiasts are turning to video renderings to bring video to life. A video rendering can be a video of any length, from a few seconds to a full video advertisement.
Product visualization is an exciting new application for 3D modeling. It combines the latest rendering technology with computer graphics to help you see your product before it's produced, saving development time and money by minimizing prototype iterations. The 3D model serves as the basis for all future stages of manufacturing, so proper visualization results in lower production costs and fewer errors.
Event Design and Visualization
Visualizing your event is the first step toward making it come to life. And with Lumen and Forge's 3D event rendering services, that process has never been easier or more accessible. Our visualizations and renderings let you see the big picture (literally), putting your event design on display before anything else — which means you can make the necessary changes in the early stages of the process, saving you time and money later.
With event design, our 3d artists to capture the vision behind your event and develop it into a concept illustration or presentation model. The event renderings are then used by designers, marketers and project managers alike as a tool to convey the look and feel of what the event will be like.
Render compositing can make the render seem more realistic by combining it with a real picture or Google Earth scan. The render acts as an extension of the original photo, bringing it to life in a way that was not possible without render compositing. Our event design composites use photographs or Google Earth imagery to show you exactly what your activation will look like on location.
At Lumen and Forge, our render compositing services deliver high resolution images for digital presentations. With render compositing, we deliver accurate visualizations in real world settings.
At Lumen and Forge, we also create detailed technical drawings for your product or event design. Because if you want to sell your concept, the most important factor is the details. We make technical 3D drawings so we can show clients exactly what they will get, and also use them for planning and approval purposes.
These technical diagrams consist of cad drawings like building layouts , cabling diagrams, technical schematics , material lists, winch deck layouts and technical drawings in general. For added accuracy, we can take our conceptual 3D renders and turn them into to technical drawings that can be used at the approval phase. We use software such as Rhino, AutoCAD and Solidworks to create schematic drawings that enable you to meticulously plan the logistics of your project.