Computer animation can be used to illustrate architectural designs, plans and concept drawings - our 3D visualisation process takes this technical information and transforms it into what the finished building, room or object will look like when complete.
The technique has traditionally found widespread use for pre-build architectural visualisation - but we've extended the principle to create buidlings and layouts for existing structures that we use in our marketing, safety and engineering explainer animation.
It's also possible to visualise rooms and layouts with animation - this can be invaluable as a planning aid as it has the capability to show any non-technical customer how the layout can actually be used in day to day situations. We use this technique extensively for re-fit visualisation for sales explainer promos.
It's not just architectural builds that the technique can be applied to - we've employed 3D visualisation across a lot of our animation work, from aerospace to renewable energy, to help explain key points and concepts. It can also be a powerful tool for fields such as product design and the how-it-works explainer.
What helps set Looking Glass animation apart is our ability to think outside the box and also apply visualisation techniques creatively - the example image below shows how a standard dots-on-a-map idea has been expanded to visualise this manufacturing company's worldwide distributor network.