How To Kick Start a Proposal Using 3D Virtual Venues

November 19, 2010

With the current recession still plaguing a lot of infrastructures, industries and businesses all around the country, the only way to truly survive and thrive is by embracing the latest business trends and technologies to get ahead of the competition.

This is true and it can be said even for architectural firms and even real estate sales companies around North America.Every technology and every new business model or idea can be used and utilized in order to further improve the company and the business.

One such example of new technology is the use of creative and high definition 3D virtual venues using a steady mix of 3D walkthroughs and 3D floor plans.

These ideas are great in order to present to clients particularly during the proposal stage. This is definitely the best way to kick start a proposal and give your proposal the much needed kick that it would need in order to proceed to the next level in terms of business.

With any and all businesses can not only showcase fabulous works for portfolio and marketing purposes but also for increasing consumer awareness of your real estate or architectural company.

3D Virtual Venues for the future of business

November 4, 2010

Businesses right now stick to the same simple task of doing a business conference or a call through the use of more conventional methods.

However, with the dawn of the new age, a lot of things have changed. One potential that has yet to have taken full flight is the continued use of 3D virtual venues in lieu of the more traditional and physical business venues such as hotel meeting rooms and conference rooms for lease.

What’s even great about 3D virtual venues is that it can be molded and shaped into something that can be used to help better understand projects or proposals. Case in point, many offices, particularly the busy newspaper publication firms would or even Hollywood production studios often hold meetings on regular rooms with just a projector or audio visual aides. More often than not the real essence and the real message for the business can be easily conveyed using really great looking 3D virtual venues like the ones that can be provided by 3Dwalkthroughs.


Things to Consider in 3D Virtual Venues

October 6, 2010

One way of thoroughly impressing potential business clients and partners during presentations and conference calls is through the creative use of 3D Virtual venues.

Setting up 3D virtual venues for office activities can also be a good way of showing clients that your company is pampering them and their projects and focus solely on their well being. Also having these creative materials handy during presentation also means that you are aware and willing to provide them with the dedication they need.

Stepping and embracing the future is a bold challenge for any business. But it is important that every once in a while, institutions and organizations step out of their usual comfort zones and invest in something so amazing and so eye-popping to “spice up” their virtual needs.

3d animation companies such as can provide your business with high end animation services such as custom 3d virtual venues for your business.

Be sure to give it a try and see why we are the best architectural animation in the world.

3D Technology Can Help Promote Exercise To Our Youth

October 4, 2008

Below is a recent press release from Fitspott. The press release touches on the use of 3D technology and other interactive exergaming products to target the youth obesity epidemic. and the rest of the fitspott team have been speaking with some of the biggest companies offering this type of technology to see how we can use the fitspott platform to maximize their exposure.

How do we promote health and fitness to a demographic that is more interested in being on the computer than investing in their health? With the surplus of available health and fitness information, how can the obesity levels of our youth have doubled in the last decade?

Today’s most popular social networking sites have effectively captured the attention of our younger generation, making social networking one of the most effective communication tools in the last 10 years. The time has come to leverage this power to promote health and fitness to our youth.

Fitspott, a social networking platform for health and fitness, will launch the beta version of its site in Mid-September. One of the primary goals of Fitspott, is to organize the very large and convoluted health and fitness industry into easy to navigate sub-communities of members with similar interests, goals, skills, desires and needs. One of the targets markets Fitspott will service in this effort is the youth market.

“We see a tremendous opportunity to promote the many available fun and interactive health and fitness options to our younger generation through a platform they can relate to. Providing our youth with an ability to join an online community of members with similar interests and goals can help to motivate our youth and provide them with the knowledge that they are not alone with their issues” says David Gise, Co-Founder of Fitspott.

The Fitspott team is made up of a group of highly motivated and diverse entrepreneurs, athletes and creative minds. “We have scoured the internet, educating ourselves on the pros and cons of existing social networks, and have committed to using this knowledge to create the most powerful, yet easy to use platform for all of our members” says Erin Hurry, Co-Founder of Fitspott.

Fitspott will reach out to schools, coaches and the other influencing bodies to help promote the Fitspott platform and its benefits. Perhaps one of the biggest causes of the increasing obesity rate of our youth, the time spent in front of the computer, can actually have the biggest impact on curbing this trend.

Integrating 3D Models Into PDF Documents

May 22, 2008

A new technology is being developed in Australia that will allow interactive 3D models to be intgerated into PDF documents.

Co-developer Christopher Fluke, an astronomer based at Swinburne’s Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, said there was a trend away from physical, paper-based journals to fully online digital publications.

“In the past, the way you would have shared a 3D model is that you would either have to make a movie of it – so you might rotate that with one particular set of views, or you would have to present it as a series of individual images,” Dr Fluke said.

“The problem there is that as the person creating those movies, or those images, you are making decisions about what you want the reader to see.”

“So rather than seeing a static, single image of a 3D object, readers can click on the image, rotate it around, and view it from different angles, as well as zoom in and out,” he said.

Source: believes this technology could be a great way of delivering interactive 3D Renderings, 3D Walkthroughs and 3D Floor Plans to potential buyers. As a PDF document the files size would be considerably smaller than the current format of which these assets are delivered. In addition to smaller file sizes, users will be able to experience a much more interactive view of a property…hurry up and get here already!!

Worlds Largest Cinema Operator To Add 1500 3D Screens

May 21, 2008

According to an article in the NY Times, Regal, Americas largest cinema operator is added 1500 screens capable of showing 3D movies.

As many of the major movie studios plan on producing their new movies in 3D, this move only makes sense. Companies such as Disney, Pixar and Dreamworks just to name a few, have publicly stated that they are going to be focusing a majority of their production on 3D films in the coming year.

In addition to the sheer number of new 3D films, expects there to be a boom in level of special effects and techniques that are integrated into these new 3D movies. With more people capable of viewing the movies in theaters coupled with the fact that this technology is not yet available in home theaters, 3D just may be the technology that puts butts back in theater seats…at least until home theater technology catches up. – Cool Site of the Month

May 18, 2008 came across a really interesting site as we were doing our daily research. The site is called is a collection of unique, well-designed websites. Use these handpicked sites for inspiration, rate your favorites, or just kill some time looking at some pretty pictures.


If you have any interest at all in web design, flash design or even want to check out some sites with great 3D elements, you should check out this site.

Spending some time on the site is a great way to get ideas for new websites, brochures, marketing campaigns etc. We spent hours on the site yesterday and were only able to get through a few pages of sites they have listed.