Digital Packages to Boost Sales in the New Normal

Sales within the furniture industry are drastically changing. People aren’t only buying differently, but they are looking for companies and brands to step up their sales campaigns to meet the demands of the changing consumer market. Traditional sales methods, such as travelling to meet clients with physical samples or holding product unveilings, are now looking to be a thing of the past. With Covid-19 having a drastic effect on how we sell, brands must now look for alternative methods to keep up their sales rates, or even improve them. 

Many of you will be aware that we have been creating digital imagery for Warwick UK for a while now. Digitising their entire collections. When the pandemic hit, after the initial shock, Warwick were quick to want to adapt to the New Normal. Seeing that their sales reps may be limited to Zoom calls for the near future, they were on the hunt for the best way to keep sales up during social distancing. And who better to ask that a company who deals in digital fabrics.

As we understand Warwick’s brand after working alongside them for so long, we already knew what they were missing to be able to sell fabrics well from a distance.

We already offer Warwick a package for each digital collection. Not only do we provide lifestyle imagery for every colourway in a range, but we also provide an online gallery which can be passed around to clients to see new launches without having to go via the website. This allows for sneak peeks of new launches and universal URL links to be shared internally.

As mentioned in our previous blog post, ‘The Importance of Animation within Interiors & Marketing’, there has been a constant increase in focus towards the importance of incorporating video and animation into marketing and sales strategies. Using animation and video has been proven to drive sales with 60% of people more likely to purchase a product or service after watching a video referring to it. Warwick have been aware of this, but without the budget or skills to film a weekly production, they turned to us.  When all products and romsets are created in CGI, the easy part is setting up cameras in the virtual studio. This includes moving cameras. With Warwick’s collections, we supply an animation that looks like real filmography to show their fabrics in situ for every collection that we build.

Although we are great at fooling people with CGI, the video you see at the top of this post is not fake. Without access to regular sales meetings, we realised that each sales representative needed a full package ready-made for each collection, to be able to sell from a distance without losing any quality in the presentation. Our solution is to go on-site at Warwick HQ to film a fabric expert tell all about each of Warwick’s collections. These clips are then edited together to create professional videos to go along with each collection.

See the final result below.

Talking more about how to streamline the distanced sales process, we realised that each Warwick sales representative was creating their own Powerpoint presentation to showcase each new collection ahead of meetings. Not only does this leave too much room for error when it comes to consistent branding, but it was adding unnecessary workload to those who could be using their time to see clients and sell fabrics. Because of the software packages we use to put together galleries, edit imagery and animation, we had a package that feeds into the same software to create branded presentations for each collection that we digitise. 

This culminates in a well-designed presenter that includes every asset we create for Warwick in one easy to digest place. We are able to present the films about the new fabrics, animations, and full galleries of a collection to send out to all reps, as ready-to-sell packages. What more could you need?

All of these elements can be circulated via sales reps, website and all social media channels. Not only are these elements easily accessible for staff and clients, but they are all digital and safe to share during a time when we can’t meet face to face.

If you are interested in increasing your brand’s online presence, then don’t hesitate to get in touch today! 



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CGI, The Best Kept Secret of Interior Catalogues

Who doesn’t love looking through furniture catalogues? We certainly do! Within the past few years people have started to notice that many of the images we love to look at in furniture catalogues are actually CGI 3D renders – and not photographs.

To some of us, mainly those who work within the CGI world, this may seem obvious, the cost and timeframe to physically photograph each different product, in each of their fabrics, in multiple room-sets is not realistic nor feasible. Unless you have all the time in the world and an endless pot of money! But for many of the general public who do not work within the furniture world it is not so obvious, unless you’re in the industry you may not realise how much time and effort goes into producing these catalogues, CGI or not, each image’s journey can be a long process. 

Many furniture and fabric manufacturers have delved into the world of CGI within recent years for many reasons, CGI is less time consuming, more cost effective and overall adds value to your individual assets. If you have CGI assets you are able to use them time and time again, if you have individual, transparent PNG versions of your images you have the editorial freedom to edit your imagery to match trends, seasons and client briefs. As well as this, having CGI assets with fabrics means that you essentially have an endless roll of ‘digital fabric’, which you can use again and again, which can be sent over to clients and you can have access to them forever. This means that you have more creative scope with future projects – with photoshoots you end up leaving with a couple of shots but that’s it, if you want to revisit or restyle the fabrics or furniture, you need to do the whole process again. 

Many people don’t realise that catalogue images are CGI because the technology is so good that they look like photographs! If you’re flicking through a catalogue for some inspiration you’re not likely to nitpick the finer details of an image and if you have great CGI (like we produce here at Orbital) then you wouldn’t notice the difference. 

With furniture giant, IKEA, using CGI for over 75% of their catalogue imagery it comes as no surprise that many other brands and companies are following in their footsteps. Especially with recent events surrounding Covid-19, many photography studios and factories are not open. This may seem like a spanner in the works for many fabric and furniture manufacturers, but here at Orbital we are able to work with you to overcome these problems. As we specialise in fabrics and furniture we are heavily familiar with the trade, our process means that we are able to provide you with your 3D assets which can be used time and time again. We are able to photograph and render fabrics for you, giving you more flexibility, and at a much lower cost. 

Many magazines have said that although they often prefer photoshoots to CGI imagery, they have often published CGI imagery without them noticing that it wasn’t a photograph. With the recent advancements in CGI this comes as no surprise to many of us as it is becoming increasingly difficult to tell the difference between real and fake. 

Get in touch today if you are looking to take the leap into the world of CGI!

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Opening the Studio for Long Point 2020

“The Long Eaton Guild of Furniture Manufacturers hold a bi-annual trade show which sees the opening of a number of showrooms around the town of Long Eaton. The show is open to all and is known to host over 25 exhibitors showing fine high-end upholstery and manufacturers across the historic town.”

Autumn Long Point 2020, has returned for another fantastic showcase of exhibitors in and around the Long Eaton area. Taking place between the 21st and 23rd September 2020, Long Point encourages the many upholstery manufacturers in the area to come together to enable buyers to visit them in their own spaces to offer inspiration and insight into the furniture capital of the UK.

In an intimate and relaxed setting, we will see manufacturers open their doors once again for this fantastic trade show. The team here at Orbital is no different! We will be opening our studio doors and encourage many of you to come and see what we’re getting up to! 

We have our own exhibition space that is available for all to rent out and use for their own product exhibitions and showcases. We welcome all visitors to The Exchange, it’s in a great location for one, so you are able to check out all of the surrounding exhibitors. Not only that, you can come and have a sneak peak and a nose around our fantastic CGI and design studio to see the magic take place before your very eyes!

The Exchange is a hub for the furniture industry, based in the heart of Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire. Long Eaton itself is the UK’s centre of upholstery and is the home to many long standing and successful furniture manufacturers such as Harrington Mills. Within our own space at Orbital, we have a meeting room available to hire, which has hosted many meetings for Long Eaton Guild and other professionals such as Sofa Workshop. We also have a showroom which is available to all for showcasing new products, holding launches and hosting presentations. Our spaces are incredibly light and welcoming due to The Exchange being a converted mill. 

Our studio is an incredible space and we welcome all who we know and are yet to meet. We invite you all to come and see what incredible work we are currently doing, meet our creative and experienced team and come and have a natter over a coffee. We regularly encourage clients to come to the studio to learn our processes and, when desired, have a first hand say on their future imagery. We hope to see some of your lovely faces soon!


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How Sales & Marketing Strategies Are Drastically Changing in 2020

2020 has shown us how popular online shopping is. With the world of furniture and interiors being one of the last to turn to majority selling online it has become apparent just how important it is to have an online presence, and a successful one at that. 

In March 2020 there was a worldwide average of 1.7 billion web traffic views to furniture and home decor websites increasing from 1.5 billion in January 2020. Years ago, many of us would buy a sofa and keep that sofa for 20+ years, with the increase in focus on trends and fast fashion that is no longer the case. Many of us will change our furniture and home interiors every few years to keep up with trends and changes in lifestyles. The way we buy is definitely changing, but so is the way that we are selling products and reaching out to potential clients and customers. 

Within the furniture and fabric industries we have seen the same sales methods used for decades, many still employing sales representatives to travel up and down the country. It’s safe to say that Covid-19 has changed the system we all know so well. With travel restrictions and individuals focusing on their health now more than ever, travelling to showcase your newest products seems near enough impossible. With each retail industry slowly moving online, especially the world of fashion, it has become apparent that those methods used for sales of furniture and home decor are becoming dated. Traditional sales methods are now looking to be a thing of the past, and in a time of uncertainty many companies are looking to get online as fast as possible.

With this sudden surge in interiors wanting to have a better presence online, many companies are now finding that they need to increase their digital strategies. A lot of brands use simple fabric flat shots on their websites, with an image of their product only available to view in one colour. This is because photographing products in each variation of fabric would take so much time and money. The demand by consumers to see products in every available fabric is becoming increasingly important. 

E-commerce home decor businesses such as Wayfair have seen consistent growth since they were first founded. Not only this, but many e-commerce interior retailers have struggled far less during Covid-19 than those who have a lesser online presence. Focusing your attention on your brands online presence has shown many companies two things, they don’t have enough imagery to populate their website and their websites are lacking in ease and interest. Within sales one of the most crucial things is to build consumer trust, especially when selling products that consumers are expecting to last them years. With many companies only working with photography this results in a lackluster website which often doesn’t give potential clients any idea of how a product would look, feel or behave. 

Here at Orbital we are able to solve these issues for you! Online shopping for furniture and for clothing is often seen as the same, customers want to see each product in each possible fabric, at different angles. By just having flat shots on your website you may be increasing your website bounce rate, with customers not being able to visualise how your products would look in their spaces they are less likely to shop with you, and more likely to turn to your competitors who use CGI. We are able to build your furniture in 3D and then upholster your products in every possible fabric combination you could dream of! At a fraction of the price too! We are then able to place these products in photo-realistic room sets at different angles, creating multiple visuals to put across your stunning websites and social media pages. With an experienced and creative team, we are also able to create stunning new websites and update your branding, meaning that you will have the overall package. You will have all of your assets in one place, working with one team, resulting in a cohesive, creative and engaging marketing strategy and branding as individual as you are. We are able to meet your demand, meaning more happy customers for you! 

If you are interested in working with us and increasing your brand’s online presence then get in touch today! Don’t forget to keep up to date with us on our social media to see what exciting work we are releasing!


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The Importance of Animation within Interiors & Marketing

Over the last few years the use of video has become increasingly popular within the world of interiors and marketing. Video is proven to drive web traffic and push sales within any business, with over 60% of people more likely to purchase a product or service after watching a video. Video may seem like another creative avenue that you now have to learn and perfect, however, here at Orbital, we can do all of the work for you.

The videos that you often see in marketing campaigns aren’t necessarily made from real footage. CGI technology is developing rapidly and we are now at a stage where we can make photorealistic animations in 3D that look like filmography. All of the imagery on our site, including the animations on this blog post, are all CGI!  

Many of our clients come to us looking for hyper-realistic CGI shots of furniture and fabrics. With these products built in 3D we are able to turn these CGI assets into films. Using our virtual photography expertise, we have stepped into the realm of filmography, and not just your basic shots. We have animated full scenes. Having beautiful stills is no longer necessarily all you need to sell your brand. We can capture your branding in a CGI animation that can’t be done with web design or imagery alone.

Our team is a mixture of experienced designers, photographers and CGI specialists. Combining their creativity and skill sets result in showstopping filmography that costs a fraction of the price, and takes a fraction of the time, compared to its ‘real life’ equivalent. There is no need for location scouts, expensive camera equipment, drone licenses… just Orbital’s Unreal Creatives and our Studio.

If you thought we could only tackle furniture, you’d be wrong! Although we separate ourselves from most other CGI agencies by perfecting our photorealistic textures and fabrics, we are focused on interiors. From kitchens and bathrooms to Georgian townhouses and Scandi inspired living rooms. If it’s virtual, we’ve got it down. Although the grand stylised animation above may not be suitable for every brand, a simple but stunning slow pan of a product at the top of a web page could be the difference between your customers spending more time looking at your products or going elsewhere. 

Animations are a versatile way to encourage more consumer engagement, they can be used on social media channels, websites, sales pitches and presentations, trade shows… the list goes on. 


For Warwick Fabrics UK, we are creating animations for each incredible range they produce! These animations will go along with the lifestyle imagery and fabric shots that we already produce for them. Working in this way is a great way to have all of your digital assets in one place as well as having imagery that not only looks fantastic when standing alone, but is cohesive with every aspect of the project.

If you are interested in learning more about animation and video work then don’t be hesitant to contact us! Check out our social media channels to see more animations as we release them.

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Warwick Sundec - The Newest Range for Summer 2020

We’ve had a busy few weeks here in the Orbital studio, we are incredibly excited to reveal some wonderful new imagery for our long standing client, Warwick Fabrics. We are particularly excited about their new Sundec range as we have had a chance to demonstrate our CGI skills by producing imagery in a new and beautiful outdoor setting. 

With the topic of summer on everybody’s mind this year it is no surprise that we had so much fun creating the stunning imagery you see here! Here at Orbital we have produced countless images for Warwick to use all over their website, social media and marketing campaigns. So it is no surprise that we have created another stunning collection of images for them, showing off every aspect of this weatherproof collection. 

The Sundec collection is an exciting one, with the range being one of their newest, we have taken a different approach regarding imagery and the vibe we wanted to go for. We had to match the modern and contemporary feel of the fabrics to the products we rendered them onto. Outdoor furniture has really made an impression within the interiors realm in the past few years. Many consumers are now focusing their attention, and their money, on the newest and most on-trend pieces to give their outdoor spaces a new lease of life. With many of us looking to make the most of summer 2020 by redecorating and redesigning our outdoor spaces, it is no surprise that there has been an increase in attention surrounding outdoor and weatherproof furniture. So we had to do Sundec justice by creating eye catching imagery to bring to life the Sundec collection. 


As we have worked with Warwick Fabrics for over a year we have the majority of their fabrics already built in 3D. This means that we are able to create new imagery for Warwick at any time! Having your fabrics as 3D assets means that you essentially have an endless roll of digital fabric. This is perfect for Warwick as they love to constantly revamp their imagery to stay on top of the latest trends and seasons. 3D assets are becoming increasingly important within interiors as you are able to add more value to your business. With a CGI and design team being based in one space we are able to provide you with all the imagery and assets your heart desires! It means the process of producing imagery for your brand is quicker, easier and more cost efficient than using multiple agencies or photographing every product you make. 

If you are interested in seeing more of our fantastic lifestyle imagery then check out some of our previous work for our clients! Keep an eye out on our social media for the animation we have coming out soon for this gorgeous range!

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The Scion Esala Collection

Scion came to us wanting to showcase their best selling products, along with their new collection ‘Esala’ in CGI form. The Scandi-inspired brand wanted us to bring their contemporary, characterful and creative designs to life which we set out to successfully produce 315 stunning lifestyle shots.

Originally Scion’s website within Style Library had missing images where clients would typically want to view each product in its designated environment. They saw how they could stand out from competitors and provide lifestyle shots of every colourway in-situ rather than just flatshots. With a beautiful and vibrant selection of fabrics and wallpapers it would cost an arm and a leg to physically shoot and set up a room set for each design, let’s not forget about the time it would take to do so.

Orbital came to the rescue, creating CGI images for 115 fabrics and 44 wallpapers, including flat, wave and detail shots, as well as stand out room sets. We were able to produce shots showing how each fabric and wallpaper reacted in different light environments and on different products.  

We’ve passed on editorial freedom to Scion and Style Library by providing them with all of their image files separately so they are able to create their own combinations with their fresh CGI products and renders. These separate files will allow Scion and Style Library to choose which furnishings they want in certain rooms. With the help of Photoshop they will be able to remove, swap out and change their room set designs. This is a great way to keep social content fresh by creating endless colour and fabric combinations as well as the ability to keep up to date with seasonal trends and marketing. Thanks to the team at Orbital, Scion’s products can now be switched out and customised within room sets to keep this collection seemingly timeless and effortlessly customizable. 

Within the fabulous room sets we have created, we rendered each fabric and wallpaper onto various different objects. Therefore, making it easier for customers to get a real glimpse into what their orders will look like and making Scion’s site within Style Library more accessible. Displaying only flatshots on a website means that customers may not be able to picture what their chosen product will look like in their desired fabrics. 3D rendered products result in the ability to view the scale of the pattern on a product, how the fabrics behave in different lighting, how it looks on different products and how a repeat pattern looks in-situ.

However, it is still uncommon for companies to use a room set for each colourway, this sets Scion and Style Library ahead of their competitors and makes it much easier for customers to envision their chosen product in their home. Each fabric and wallpaper has been carefully matched with complimentary colours and patterns to highlight the quality and creativity behind Scion’s collections. 

As a consumer and potential client, it is crucial to be able to view your desired product in-situ to grasp how it will sit and behave in different lighting and on different products. You may love a fabric on a cushion but find it too busy on a sofa. With Orbital’s CGI services we can make this a reality, taking away the daunting price tag if you were to do this in a studio. The ability to do this means that, as a business, you are able to appeal to a mass market by offering lifestyle imagery. This is why our services are impeccable when it comes to improving third party sales and marketing. 

Now that we have created these images, Scion and Style Library are able to use them across all of their marketing channels, including online, in catalogues, advertising and swatch books. 

Check out our socials and website CGI gallery to view more of our excellent CGI imagery. We are particularly active on Instagram, where we regularly share snippets of what we’ve created!


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The Dream Team - Linwood Fabric & The Headboard Workshop's Collaboration

Two of our most loved, long standing clients have collaborated on a stunning collection! This collaboration project is something of a dream team, Linwood supplying beautiful fabrics, The Headboard Workshop providing incredible furniture and let’s not forget the cracking team here at Orbital providing the spectacular imagery we see throughout both teams marketing posts and across The Headboard Workshop’s website. 


The pair have collaborated to bring to you Linwood’s new Kami printed velvet range on one of The Headboard Workshop’s most popular headboards, the Samson. We are loving how this collaboration turned out, the fabulous printed velvet fabric compliments the immaculate design of the Samson headboard. It is a match made in heaven and it seems like the two were made to be shown off together!


As The Headboard Workshop and Linwood Fabric are both beloved clients of ours, creating imagery for this project was an amazing opportunity to showcase what we can do here at Orbital! The beginning stages of a project can be quite a process initially, checking fabric colours and textures can be a bit time consuming for some clients. However, once your assets are built you are able to use them over and over again, also having the option to revisit and change room-sets depending on the season or current trends – meaning your collections can be timeless and enjoyed all year round, for many years. 

However long this process is, here at Orbital we focus solely on the furniture and fabric industries, meaning that there is the possibility to share digital assets – making collaboration launches quick and efficient. Once a fabric has been built in 3D, it is like having a huge roll of unlimited fabric – just in the virtual world. We can literally upholster any product with this ‘virtual fabric’ in seconds. So agreeing to share these assets means that you can have ready-made marketing imagery with bespoke branding in days. There’s not a prototype or photoshoot in sight! It can be as simple as sending us a drawing of your new product and the name of a fabric, and receiving branded lifestyle imagery for your new launch in a matter of days.


It is becoming increasingly important for a company to have ready made assets in this day and age, especially with the huge focus on internet marketing in the past few months. Most fabric companies only provide a flatshot of their fabrics, this means that you can’t see the texture, reflection, transparency or scale of the fabric. With so many fabric houses around the world, it is impossible for two suppliers not to stock similar ranges. With competition rife, many companies assume that to beat competition, price is the only bargaining chip. With CGI assets available, instead of driving prices down there is an opportunity to increase the value in your product without compromising on price. Being able to offer ready made CGI fabrics for use in marketing imagery as a standard with any fabric purchase is invaluable. This deal is not only restricted to fabric suppliers, being able to offer CGI furniture assets to retailers is undoubtedly a great way to rise above your competitors and close some great sales! 


In 2020, most large retailers will only stock products that have been built in 3D to fit with the custom builders and functionality of their websites. If you want to have your products featured on these big retailer sites they will ask you to either provide your products in CGI or they will use their own team to build it for you, racking up a major bill at the end of the project. Therefore, most manufacturers are starting to turn to CGI too. It is definitely the way forward for the interiors, fabric and furniture realm. 


If a fabric company already has their fabric ranges built in CGI, ready for a manufacturer to use in their lifestyle imagery, it makes them an undeniable choice of supplier. It puts them ahead of their competitors, making it more cost effective and efficient for all parties involved. 


Here at Orbital, we are here to do exactly this, make projects and collaborations feel real with our lifestyle imagery and our abilities to bring ideas and inspirations to life! We were able to produce the incredible imagery you see before you as we are already familiar with both Linwood Fabric and The Headboard Workshop. We are loving the results of this collaboration project and we cannot wait to host another collaborative launch with future clients!

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The Headboard Workshop: The Spare Room Collection

A Close-knit, family-run Business

The Headboard workshop made their first headboard in a London garage, all the way back in 1982. The core principles from that first headboard still stand today – exceptional craftsmanship, beautifully created, made to order and delivered on time. Word spread fast from that first order and they are still creating stylish headboards, beds and more over 30 years later.

Soon outgrowing their London garage, and moving into their own factory in Wales, the quick growth meant that more and more sales were being requested online.

Location, Location, Location…

One problem many manufacturers face, is having beautiful lifestyle imagery, but only being able to show off one or two chosen fabrics on a photoshoot. After finding the perfect shoot location, each headboard would have to be built, upholstered and delivered to the photoshoot. Costing a huge amount not only in cost, but in hours and labour.

Realising that they needed to remove the imagination portion of the sales process, The Headboard workshop approached us. We assured the family-run business that we could show off their product in every fabric available in photorealistic detail.

Introducing the Spare Room Collection

When dreaming of the ideal imagery for their newest launch, The Headboard workshop imagined a classic room, in a townhouse, with leaves blowing in the wind outside the winder. Somewhere attainable yet luxurious, with a calm feel, and dusk streaming through the window. So, Orbital’s Unreal Creatives got to work.

“We are DELIGHTED with the results. Thank you again for your trustworthy hand holding in this, my first attempt at an exciting new world!”

– Laura, The Headboard Workshop

The Result

The Headboard Workshop now have a portfolio of assets to launch The Spare Room collection, for both online and POS materials.

With three bed bases, photographed in four angles each, and with every piece wrapped in six fabrics, it just would not have been possible with traditional photography.

These assets now serve as a basis for a world of opportunity. With the beds, fabrics and roomsets built, who knows what they will be showcasing next. An online customiser? Video animation of the roomset? How about some augmented reality, allowing a customer to place their bed in their bedroom, digitally, before buying. Virtually, anything is possible!

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How CGI is Transforming Furniture Development

When it comes to product development, furniture manufacturers experiment a lot with design, using an entire development team to go through a long traditional process which requires frequent prototyping. There is a more effective way to shape the design and develop the concept of products. Not that we are biased in any way, but the solution is the integration of CGI into the design process. 3D product rendering gives modern Manufacturers ample opportunities to create the perfect design and save money on its realisation at the same time.


So what is product rendering and how it can elevate the development of item’s design? Generally speaking, it’s a photorealistic image of an object made by CGI Artists in 3D software. With this technology, Manufacturers and Product Designers can work on the 3D model of the product, trying different colours and materials, as well as changing its design elements. This innovative tool substituted traditional prototyping and can drastically streamline how manufacturers develop and promote their product.

With the help of 3D software, a designer can visually realise changes in colour or material on a new product, change design elements and geometry. An engineer can Identify design problems and find a practical solution in minutes. All just in a few clicks. Using a team that works with 3D software, manufacturers and designers can easily try different designs without producing a prototype for every new idea. The process of creating has never been faster and more flexible, so a Product Designer is free to generate ideas and try out plenty of various concepts, shaping the design to perfection without extra expenses. Seeing every design in 360 degree photorealistic quality.



Traditionally, while working on a project and trying many design options, a Manufacturer orders prototypes to see how the object works with different colours, materials and design features. However, ordering a new sample and waiting to see the physical form, before knowing you are fully happy with the design can take months. It can be a laborious and expensive process for the early stages of product development. Needless to say that often a Designer tries at least several variants of product design and makes many adjustments, which require quite a few prototypes.

With photorealistic product rendering, Manufacturers can first create the best design that could be tested and approved, and only then spend money on a final prototype. This opportunity speeds up production and allows a brand to start sales earlier than their competitors.


Another advantage of product rendering is that it allows the opportunity to test the market with multiple designs before manufacturing a single prototype. Have a full set of photography to show off the concept designs, as if they were fully realised products to see what consumers or buyers react well to before creating the product. Reverse engineering at its best, ready to save manufacturers a huge amount of time and financial risk. Already holding photorealistic room set imagery also means your product launch can get off the ground straight away.


Product 3D rendering helps to make jaw-dropping photorealistic visuals that display all the details, materials and colours as realistically as possible, so the client can fully examine and evaluate the design of the goods. Depending on the customer’s task and the concept, Manufacturers can showcase all colour and design options to take the hesitation out of the buying process.

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