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We’re local. We get your Ideas

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3D World, Inc. is a New York City-based studio specializing in visual #storytelling for #realestate development, #architecture and #design. You have to eat, live and breathe NY to understand it. Being a local firm provides us a unique vision to participate in projects that enrich our community and the city overall. For example, about the construction industry, we specialize in the regulations of the Department of Buildings of NYC regarding exterior fence signage of construction sites that require a 3D rendering of the finalized building.  For the Real Estate industry, we create beautiful renderings and VR tours that allow visualizing properties before completion to the last detail of construction and interior design. These tours are a great selling tool that helps bring prospective customers and investors to your office. 3D renderings increase your chances of closing businesses as they are easier to understand than technical diagrams and blueprints. We also ani

Let us Render your Ideas to Life!

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If you put in the hard work, you will harvest the results. Patience is a virtue. When it comes to branding, these words are real.  Having an idea is only the first step in a marathon. You may be eager to go and execute it without doing the prep work necessary to understand your idea, the target audience, the reach it will have, the communication you need to develop to convey your point.  Not preparing enough is a mistake.  It takes a lot of commitment to creating something. When thinking of a product, have a clear idea of the problem it fixes and how it does it. Understand the people you want to buy your product. Their habits, their needs, their expectations, this will be important to come up with marketing strategies, graphic design, copy, and all the materials you need to pitch to investors. The way you present your product is almost as important as developing it. A PowerPoint presentation with complicated graphics is not going to get the job done. Investors need

Talk to a Specialist in Real Estate Branding

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Human beings are creative by nature. You can train and develop creativity, but we all have it one way or the other. Our species started in caves and have walked a great distance to what we know now.  We constantly innovate and create industries that shape our civilization. In science, that creativity results in new treatments and procedures that extend our life expectancy and shorten the recovery time for injuries that were mortal not so long ago. In the entertainment industries, stories get wilder and more imaginative than ever with computer-animated imaging that helps create fantastic worlds and atmospheres that weren't possible before. Our current favorite movies consist of superheroes doing impossible things on a huge scale. The filming of such movies consists largely of people acting in front of a green screen while imagining the outcome. There is no limit for what we can create using animation. Don't think this technology is for large-scale projects on

How to increase your ROI with 3D Renderings.

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Any business venture requires an investment. This investment grows with the magnitude of the project. Construction is the type of business that cost the most to complete. It doesn't matter if you're building a home or an entire corporate complex, you need money. To have cost-efficient constructions, you can use new technologies that save time and money when building. Computer-generated 3D imagery or renderings are such types of technology. The gaming and entertainment industries were the first to develop 3D animation. It was about twenty-four years ago when Pixar, released the first full length animated feature and caused a revolution that has now expanded to multiple industries. In this short period, animation has advanced enormously. When the technology first came, 3D objects looked artificial, plastic-like, and coarse. In just twenty-four years, the animation is photorealistic. Dust particles, hair strands, the motion of clothes against the wind, are some

What you Should Know About Real Estate Branding.

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It is only now that the real estate industry is taking notice of the enormous potential of 3D technology to render buildings, and homes, and how it helps them secure investments and to increase their sells by having customers abroad. 3D technology caused a revolution in the way developers and real estate agents market properties. The rendering industry is still young, and the full scope of it is still unknown. Consider a 3D rendering as makeup to highlight the key selling points of your property. A photograph might not be as flattering as a beautiful render. 360 Views of the property allow appreciating all the design elements involved in the property, for example, the kitchen. Some say the kitchen is the soul of a home. It is where the most precious family moments are born. When we want to buy a house, we immediately go to the kitchen. A 360 VR tour of the kitchen can help you attract the most interested customers. Use 3D renderings to boost every quality of th

Why Real Estate Branding Increases your Probability to Close Business

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Competition is fierce when offering a product or service to the public. When you think you have a good idea, there are four or five people who have thought of it similarly.  To make your idea stand out, you must make a killer presentation and illustrate it with stunning imagery that enchants your buyers. Maybe you can't do this yet because you're an architect and your project doesn't exist. If this is the case, consider recurring to 3D renderings . The mention of 3D can be intimidating, perhaps you think it is expensive, maybe you think your project doesn't need a render. Think again. Sometimes the presentation is more important than the product itself. Many good projects get shelved because their creators failed to pitch them correctly, while some mediocre products got their chance after a stunning presentation. Presenting ideas should be a career in itself. It is an ability people take for granted. Presentations require a mix of capabilities, and

How to use Mood Boards?

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Pirates used to hide their treasures leaving behind maps to help them find them later, or so many legends tell. A Mood Board is that, a treasure map but to produce a creative project efficiently. When making mood boards, we accumulate a lot of creative information to help us get to the solution to the problem in hand. A mood board can be manual, using clippings, scrape material, samples of fonts, color palettes, layouts, and pretty much everything that helps. Mood boards can also be digital. Some websites specialize in mood boards and allow you to share them with clients and collaborators. We'll discuss these tools so you can use them. 1. Pinterest.  A widely popular mood board platform that offers a vast image of pre-curated image libraries categorized into themes which makes them easy to find. 2. Evernote.  This is an office-like app that you wouldn't consider for creating mood boards. It is possible and they're effective and easy to share. 3. Milanote. 

10 Creative Ways to utilize Renders

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3D renderings are the art of generating images using computers and software to mimic reality. Over the past twenty years, technology has advanced so much that only a trained eye can distinguish between an animation and a photo. This article is about the uses of 3D tech in various industries. Education. You're in history class, the teacher shows you a slide of a pile of rubble and asks you to picture a great city. It is difficult to visualize the full scope of an ancient civilization by looking at the rubble. However, if current data is used to recreate entire cities into virtual reality tours, the learning experience becomes easier. Entertainment. Perhaps this is the obvious choice when thinking about industries that use 3D animation. From the release of the movie about living toys, we have experienced an accelerated rise in the use of animation. Twenty years after that movie, the newest release of the same studio portraying animals looks like a documentary, animals are c

Save Time and Money with a 3D Render

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Years ago, it was unthinkable to favor computer-generated images over photographs. The result was too coarse, plastic-like. Twenty years after, technology is so advanced that computer-generated images are indistinguishable from photographs. A photorealistic animation is a resource for various industries as it helps to visualize stuff before spending a lot of money and materials building them. Time travel is far from our reality, but 3D renderings are a glimpse into the future. Imagination is inherent to human beings.  A profession that relies on projections is architecture. From the beginning, humankind has built cities and found many ways to live. Ancient civilizations such as Greece, Rome, or Egypt pioneered construction techniques that remain current. However, construction techniques consisted of proof and error attempts which cost resources and often lives.  Nowadays, none of that is necessary.  3D renderings compute variables into the software to provide a

3D World NY makes your vision come to life

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Let's imagine a scenario. You're planning to ask your girlfriend to marry you, and you have purchased a new home that needs full remodeling because it is in ruins. You want to surprise her, but you are afraid she is going to freak out by the deterioration of the house. A 3D render is the best solution. At 3D World Renderings we can take your ruins and make them the house of your dreams, virtually, at least. This allows you to show your girlfriend a render of how you envision this house. Her reaction will be smoother as she will see that you have a plan. 3D World Renderings can take almost any 3D project and deliver top quality work. We can animate from zero. We can even mix photographs with 3D models, we can incorporate drone footage, animate products, and more! it doesn't matter at what stage is your project. If you're a developer, we can help you have a better understanding with your clients by helping you transmit your vision to them, minimizing m

3D World NY 5 best renderings of 2019 so far

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We have discussed how it is better to show than to tell. We believe that our work is our best promoter. So, in this article we will analyze 5 renders made by our studio, 3D World Renderings. Render 1. In this render, we can see an office space, a hallway, and conference rooms, a reception, and the finishes in the roof, as well as a decoration proposal. As you can observe, the level of detail is amazing. Light sources, reflections, and decorations are all in place with the correct perspective. With the right depth of field and precise textures, this render allows us to know which materials will take part in the project. Render 2. The second render is a hotel bar. Note the design of the textures in the columns and how they match the design of the floor reproducing the wave pattern. All the materials are of a similar color palette, and they relate to the earth. The depth of field is precise, and objects occupy their space with the right proportion. Light so

Industries 3D WR can work with

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At 3D World Renderings we are passionate about everything related to 3D animation. We are a boutique studio based in Brooklyn, New York and we specialize in tailor-made proposals for various industries.   3D renderings are useful in many industries, and at 3D World Renderings we can work with all of them. In this article, we will talk about five industries that use 3D Modeling software. 1. Entertainment. Perhaps the obvious answer when we think about the industries that use 3D, in the entertainment world it has been used for decades. At least 90% of every tv show or feature film we watch has some sort of computer graphic imaging, which is mostly used for VFX. This technology has made it possible to imagine universes and environments that don’t exist for real. One thing is certain 3D modeling software is in the entertainment industry for the long run. 2. Architecture. In the past, drawings were made from plans and blueprints to provide the first picture of t

We craft photorealistic representations of future architecture in NY

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Architecture is an art form, just like poetry itself. Artists are not only capable of understanding the needs of their time, but also of anticipating the future. Famous architects like Frank Lloyd-Wright were masters of their time, but they were also visionaries who managed to foresee the needs of generations to come. Current technology allows us to build the architecture of tomorrow in 3D models that help us envision innovative designs that don’t exist yet. We've read about buildings that hang from a satellite orbiting earth, rotating buildings, wavy bridges, indoor parks, and many more things that seem out of a science fiction movie. Most of the futuristic designs we hear about are years away from being plausible, but thanks to 3D technology it is possible to visualize them. This motivates architects and engineers to find ways to make them a reality. In the future, the environment will play a major role. Hopefully, we will have stopped the disaster brough

Best real estate video in New York City

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In the real estate industry, it is a lot better to show than to tell. I can describe in full detail a property, and you can even imagine it, but is not the same as having the possibility to look at it. If a property doesn't exist yet, but you have a construction in mind, a 3D rendering is the ideal tool to test your blueprints and to visualize your project over the land thanks to VR video tours. It doesn't matter if your project is big or small, if it is in New York City, 3D World Renderings are your best choice to produce an astonishing real estate video you need. Real estate videos are a great resource to sell your development. An image speaks a thousand words. Nowadays prospective clients prefer compelling videos to spoken presentations, which is completely understandable because what could possibly be better than looking at the finished property? There's also the storytelling component present in the real estate video. Storytelling is an effective w

3D World Renderings Inc. improves the understanding between you and your clients

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Not so many years ago, bringing your customer's vision to life meant building many tiny models by hand and drawing tons of sketches as modifications appeared every week. This work model took weeks and a lot of people and resources to complete, which increased the overall cost of the project. 3D animations made their first appearance in the '70s when students of Utah University made an animation for the first time. The object they first animated was a hand. Technology kept moving forward, and in 1995 the first animated motion picture was released in movie theaters worldwide with great success. Many movies followed, and technology became more sophisticated and accessible with the years. Nowadays, 3D animation is very advanced and detailed, to the point that it is difficult to distinguish between an animation and a photograph. As technology becomes more advanced, it also becomes more accessible to different professionals. It is easier to incorporate 3D technolo

Real estate video can make your visions tangible

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As marketing messages invade us every day, we have to find new ways to reach consumers. Storytelling helps us do just that. As its name says, storytelling is the art of telling stories and connecting with the emotional side of consumers through significant narrations. You don't just sell a house. You remind people of the happy memories they have about growing up in their family home and convince them to have that for their new family, for their current lives. Technology is advanced, most of our activities are digital now. We wouldn't even consider doing business with a company that doesn't have a website or social media. We also like videos. Immediacy is something that makes us want to read less and instead get the content through short videos that convey the information we're interested in getting. This is also true for the real estate industry. When we say "the sky is the limit", we mean it, there is no limit for what you can present in

3D Renderings and architectural visualization are transforming home design

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3D technology is a revolution in the interior design industry. Sketches are beautiful but difficult to read for some people who prefer a more realistic depiction of their projects and to decorate the space multiple times. It is not the best option as it consumes time and money. Many modern tools offer designers an efficient way to plan their designs and show them to their clients. Current software allows the input of different materials whose textures are accurate. Designers can use many libraries of pre-animated furniture and accessories to build their proposals. But they can also design original furniture and see it in the space without investing in models. If the property already exists, designers can make a virtual reality tour of their proposal, so their clients walk the space using a VR headset as they review the design. This way, they can make changes in a cost-effective and fast way. 3D technologies are advanced enough to make it very difficult to distingui

The five reasons why clients will always prefer architectural visualization

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Technology has become an essential part of our lives. This is a good thing because we get to do more things in half the time. Also, the downside is that we expect things to happen faster and to be easier, which is true for everything. When we are looking to buy a house, for example, we want to see it before they build it or before they decorate it, and we want to see it right now, not until it already happened. 3D renderings and visualizations help us visit a project before it exists. This is because of current technology, which is so advanced that it is hard to distinguish between renders and real photographs. In this article, we'll talk about five reasons why clients prefer architectural visualization . 1. A 3D render helps speed up the initial process of construction. For instance, the government can approve your project faster. Many of these projects get rejected because there isn't enough clarity about them, or because the graphic representation looks