Imagine a real estate investor seeing your new construction project plan as though it was already built. Now imagine a potential buyer walking through their new space, with your product installed, right before they decide to purchase.
That's the power of delivering virtual experiences that truly simulate what the physical environment will be.
Attract more high-quality customers.
These images take the place of conventional photography for pre-construction design and marketing.
Interactive, panoramic tours that allow viewers to navigate between defined points and look around in 360 degrees.
Videos set to music that follow a camera path determined by our artists to highlight the most important elements.
Top-down doll house style renderings of entire floors. They help buyers understand the size and layout of a space.
Virtual production of entire product lines for web-based 3D marketing optimized for both augmented and virtual reality.
Speak directly with our visualization director and go over what you need our team to create for you.
Our team of artists will produce preview-quality renderings and deliver them to you for review.
You will speak directly with the artist responsible for your work and give any feedback you have.
Our artists will make all the requested revisions to your project and send it back to you to review once again.
Once you give your final approval our artists will prepare the final renderings and assets for you.
Accuracy is important to us, so we offer one free revision of any scope for each rendering we create. Additional revisions can be requested for an additional hourly fee.
Our team can typically turn around small projects within a week. For large-scale projects, we will evaluate the timeline on a project-to-project basis.
It is our company policy to require a 50% retainer payment upfront for rendering services to begin. We will send invoices monthly based on the percent complete and a final invoice upon completion.
Yes! We are happy to convert 2D drawings into 3D renderings.
DPI is an acronym for Dots Per Inch. If you are intending to print a 3D rendering that Designbendz provides, your printer may request that you provide imagery at a certain DPI.
In this case, it's important to remember that digital imagery has no inherent DPI because it has no inherent physical size. If you would like Designblendz to provide an image that is suitable to be printed at 300DPI, you will have to also let us know the physical size of the print.