3D Rendering

Our team is able to create high quality 3D renders of a vessel. To do this we use a combination of blueprints, photographs and other data.

You as the client will be able to review – and give feedback on – these renders before a more complete 3D model is created. This review process saves time and money.

There are two common render formats:

1) photorealistic renders: give the impression of what the final 3D model will look like, with colour schemes and wood tones.

2) colour-coded renders: these feature different colours to show which data source was used for which part:

BLUE: components are based on photos of the ship

RED: Ship blueprints

GREEN: Drawn from images of similar/sister vessels, or ships of the same historical period.

YELLOW: Details added in order that the vessel functions as it should, drawn from Premier Ship Models’ deep knowledge of ship design.

3D Renders for review or display

You may wish to use renders for more than straightforward review – for example, you may want high quality renders for display purposes. In this case we can produce syslised renders, which are essentially filters on the original model.

Virtual Reality renderings: for desktop or VR headset

Our team can also create a virtual reality (VR) version of your 3D model. This means you can use computer arrow keys to explore your 3D model – or you can explore it using a full VR headset.

Virtual reality renderings allow you to get a more complete understanding of what the final model (or ship) will look like from the perspective of someone who is actually onboard.

This VR experience is made available to you the client, to be enjoyed and made use of as and when needed.

Our 3D renders and VR walkthrough services are available to clients across the UAE and globally.

Get in touch and tell us about your project today.

VR Walkthroughs

We strongly believe that immersive Virtual Tours will quickly become the industry standard for most hospitality sectors. As a technology it is already becoming widespread in the real estate, architectural and entertainment sectors with companies such as Purple Bricks and Zoopla for example, offering Virtual Tours as standard for all new listings. In the hospitality industry many of the larger hotel chains are adopting this including Hilton, Mercure, Doyle Collection and Ramada. It is also beginning to appear in other areas such as wedding locations, boat makers and cruise companies, activity centres such as climbing and bouldering sites and many more. Where there is an activity or feature that a company would like to showcase, Virtual Tours give the customers a real world sneak preview before coming to experience it for themselves.

As well as a excellent marketing tool, Virtual Tours have many other more practical uses, here are just a few of them:

  • Showcase the quality of your spaces with more than just static images.
  • ‘Tag’ key features within spaces to enrich a customers experience and help answer their common questions.
  • Each scan can output 4K Quality Static Photos for use by your marketing team.
  • Each scan is also a full architectural survey of each space, correct to 1% accuracy. These are commonly used by FM [Facility Management] departments for ‘point in time’ photo surveys of projects so progress or wear and tear can be monitored during a projects lifespan. These are especially important for insurance purposes.
  • Each scan can also be interrogated with measuring tools [by the creator, not your customers] so you are always up to speed on spatial concerns without having to physically hand measure each time you need to check a dimension.
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