3D Visualisation Services in Northern Ireland


What We Can Do For You

Our strength is our knowledge of 3D Design Technology and the Process which makes it useful to those interested in architectural or product design. Our knowledge comes from decades of experience in the Aerospace industry.

Large companies spend a lot of money acquiring this knowledge, which also requires:- An I.T. infrastructure, high-end design computers, an extensive suite of software licenses, recruitment or re-training of staff, continuous maintenance of all these items, and the willingness to accept financial risk. Large companies obviously think that the technology benefits are worth the price. We want to bring essential technology benefits as a service to smaller enterprises, and self-builders – but without the big costs and risks.

  • 3D Model
  • Virtual Reality render
  • Floorplan layout (2D/3D)
  • Elevation views
  • Walkthrough video
  • Rendered images
  • Product assembly/disassembly
  • Step-by-step instruction
  • Animation
  • Geo-location and shadow study
  • Orientation of building on a site
  • Earth moving calculations
  • Internal and external lighting
  • Security camera positioning
  • Garden plans/furniture
  • Visual reports
  • Excel reports
  • Scaled cutting templates (on timber sheets etc.)
  • “What if” scenarios
  • Potential options for colours etc.
  • Comparison of alternative choices
  • Cutaway models (section views)
  • Cut-away 3d models
  • Cut-away 3d printed models. (for education etc)
  • Exploded views

Who We Work With

  • Architects
  • Developers
  • Design Engineers
  • Estate Agents
  • Churches
  • Business owners (Shop layout etc)
  • Self-builders
  • Graphic Designers
  • Stained-glass window specialists (showing the installation of the window in the building)
  • Farm Diversification – Buildings
  • Conversion of existing 2D design to 3D model

See how we can help on your project...

This project was part-funded under Priority 6 (Leader) of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, and the European Union.
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