Virtualizing reality is a way to express your brand’s unique style. With CGI, your brand design can go far beyond color palettes and logos. You have the opportunity to inject your brand style into a new way to communicate with your audience. With these computer graphics and design applications, we create images for the use in filmed presentations, printed media, television programs, and product simulations. The photos may be dynamic or static and may be two-dimensional (2D), although the term “CGI” is most referred to as 3-D computer graphics, which is used for creating characters, scenes, and special effects. This is often described as ‘CGI animation’.
Our Designers create a series of computer-generated graphics for logos, products, and on-camera composting. After the underlying graphics are created, the next step is to bring them to life. Our goal is to make the appearance of the graphics look real. Our creators pay special attention to details such as texture, lighting, and color. These specific details are what makes animation or composited images look realistic. In a film presentation, the graphics are mixed into the previously filmed video
The final visual composition is what your customer or client sees and wows them when thumbing through your brochure or watching your corporate video. We work relentlessly toward the goal that the user is unable to see the difference between CGI images and the original organic photos. At the end of the day, you want your brand to be memorable, and this type of visual composition can be the answer.
When it comes to your print media, there are several additional benefits of CGI. First, it allows our graphic designers to create content without the use of products, live sets, or even locations. It also allows for images to be perfectly created to your product specifications. Once the final composting of a particular image is completed, it can be reused or recombined infinitely across multiple media platforms.
We can re-create your images from drawings, or we will design and model CGI images for you. A realistic photo image of your product even created before the actual part is even made. This allows our clients imagery of non-existent products that are not even in the prototype stage yet. These and many more examples are situations where compositing a photo, video, and printed collateral material makes perfect sense.