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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 only.
You may want to animate just a bottle for a product. It doesn't matter if you come from the corporate world or if it is a product you developed in your garage, we can do it.
I know what you're thinking. 3D animation is expensive. Fortunately, as technology advances it also becomes accessible.
In another filmmaking example, I want you to think about the editing process of old movies.
People had all the film rolls of the shooting and they pasted them together by hand. This was a thorough and specialized task. Today you can edit footage in your phone, basic editing, but still pretty impressive.
The same happens with animation. As computers become more powerful, smaller, and less expensive, so does technology.
I'm not saying it is like buying a hot dog at your favorite corner cart, but if you're developing a product, 3D animation is attainable.
At 3D World renderings, Inc. we get you and have something for you. You just have to schedule a meeting and allow us to help you land your idea and materialize it before you spend money on countless prototypes.