The realization of 3D rendering in real time through the web offers the possibility of creating virtual sets with the presence of three-dimensional objects positioned in realistic photo environments.
Often these objects are prototypes, they do not yet exist, and companies can thus anticipate their entry on the market. We could therefore define it as “a technological alternative to traditional photography.”
This technology has a high complexity, and to obtain excellent results it requires the collaboration of a highly specialized team that is able to skillfully mix the use of three-dimensional graphics software with the main rules of photography: lighting, framing, exposure, contrast, shading, color management, surface textures, optical effects and depth of field.
In real-time 3D rendering, three-dimensional objects are reproduced with precise physical characteristics (gloss, reflection, refractive indices, porosity, opacity, etc.) within virtual environments, with the great advantage that these digital contents can be modified. and / or improved in a short time as well as the environments that contain them.
Product visualization with Kjosul
To achieve real-time views, Kjosul uses WebGL technology which is an open web standard for rendering graphics in compatible browsers, without the need for additional plug-ins. WebGL is fully integrated into all web browser standards and allows you to use GPU acceleration for processing images and effects on web pages. WebGL elements can be embedded with other HTML elements.
The images processed through 3D rendering in real time have advantages, starting with the modifications, which are faster and with affordable costs.
How do you view a dynamic 3D product on the web?
It is possible to view any type of product in 3D in real time through a web page. The product can be imported from:
– A file provided by the customer (and subsequently lightened to be used through the web),
– A 3D scan
– A photographic survey (photogrammetry), i.e. the processing of a three-dimensional model starting from digital photographs or videos through the use of specific programs.
How does Kjosul differ from other 3d product visualization modes?
With Kjosul, objects are rendered with high photographic quality, are light (and therefore perfect for the web), and can aggregate information of various kinds. For example, an interactive instruction manual.
The assembly and construction phases are shown with a three-dimensional 360 ° video, with the technical exploded view of all the information for maintenance. For example, in the event of a machinery breakdown, the object to be replaced can be requested from the nearest warehouse via the GPS location of the mobile phone / tablet / laptop.
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