We are the London 3D Visual,
Modelling & CGI Design Agency
3D Visualisation and CGI is fast becoming the greatest technological advancement since the creation of the camera. Now, rather than taking the picture we can visualise it for you. Not only are possibilities endless but the CGI era has only just begun. At Dhub we specialise in all areas of 3D Visualisation and CGI. From Architectural Visualisation for the interiors and architect market place right through to the Product Visualisation and 3D modelling expertise for product research and development and advertising campaings. Our keen eye for detail has allowed us to become a market leader in the architectural and product 3D visualisation fields.
Let us bring your ideas to life, call us on 0207 101 1841 or use our contact form.
What are the benefits of cgi and 3D Visualisation?
The benefits are largely describe using 2 words; economics and flexibility. CGI can be used to not only create imaginery worlds such as Pandora in 20th Century Fox's record breaking Avatar but it can also be used to create simple product compositions for printed media including a recent series of Bulmer Cider adverts. Both of these examples show the limits of either economics or flexibility.
Products and scenes can be easily created and manipulated within the 3D visualisation arena to create true to life images that are more cost effective than producing the real thing. Take a recent product catalogue we produced for a client of ours, below is a breakdown of the project costs:
Rental of studio space and props: £11,000.00
Photographer and assistant: £8,700.00
Retouching work: £6,200.00
Total cost: £25,900.00
Duration: 4 weeks.
CGI alternative: £6,400.00
Duration: 1.5 weeks.
Saving over £18,000.00 and 2.5 weeks
What does CGI mean?
Computer-generated imagery (CGI) is the application of the field of computer graphics or, more specifically, 3D computer graphics to special effects in art, films, television programs, commercials, simulators and simulation generally, and printed media. The visual scenes may be either dynamic or static. The term computer animation refers to dynamic images.
3D computer graphics software is used to make computer-generated imagery for movies, etc. Recent availability of CGI software and increased computer speeds have allowed individual artists and small companies to produce professional grade films, games, and fine art from their home computers. This has brought about an Internet subculture with its own set of global celebrities, clichés, and technical vocabulary. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
How do you do it?
Ever wondered how a 3D visual is actually created? We have tried to illustrate the process here.
Click here to view the animation