3D Modelling

3D Modelling helps your customers visualize your space even before it is built. It can be used for floor plans, interiors, panoramas and even an3D imation. It can also be used to create characters and objects that work to increase the engagement with your video. The model can then also be converted into a 2-dimensional image using 3D rendering.


HDR (High Dynamic Range) processing uses shadows and highlights to add an incredible amount of detailing to an image. The technology is based on how the human visual system works and it uses a set of images to create one image. This creates luminescence and depth that makes the image much more evocative and appealing when compared to a regular photograph.


Vertical lines like walls, towers, or trees often tend to converge towards the top in regular photographs. This becomes problematic when you’re shooting interiors — the vertical perspective distortion can make the areas seem a lot smaller than they really are. It also gives a strange look to the room. Our experts ensure that we use photography angles that don’t allow this distortion. All vertical lines maintain a perfect 90-degree angle throughout the image.


You need images that can be processed in real-time and used across digital and print marketing efforts. That’s why we sharpen images to ensure they are the right size and resolution. We also optimize images in a way that highlights the features and areas that you want users to notice first. Optimized sharpening allows you to use the images instantaneously — saving a ton of time while maintaining image quality.

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3D 360 degree Panoramas

A 3d 360 degree panorama is a virtual representation of your business space in 3D. The idea is useful to work showcase interiors when they aren’t physically made.


It is also useful in cases where on-going interior changes can be done beforehand avoiding expensive on-ground mistakes.

Floor Plans

3D floor plans allow prospective customers to visualize their property before it is is built. It allows them to think through the set up and optimization of space saving both time and efforts.

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Flat rendering

This technique allows the visualization of your interiors by rendering photorealistic or non-photorealistic images from a 2D or 3D model.

The technique uses a mix of light physics, visual perception, mathematics and software development which gives the photos the correct texture and shading.


Useful in creating a 3D walk-through perspective, 3D animation allows users to take a virtual tour of your space. Some 3D tours are designed to be interactive to pause and run as per customer inputs, giving them more control over their visual experience.

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