Large product replicas make a statement, showcase your brand in new and creative ways, facilitate learning opportunities, and bring brands and consumers together like no other form of advertising can. These large replicas can even boost your social media stats as people share the ever-popular selfies with friends and family.
Dioramas are models that have been created to replicate a scene in 3D (three-dimensionally). They cover the gamut in size. Dioramas can be miniatures, showcasing a re-enactment of a war scene or they can be life size, replicating animals in a particular natural setting.
It‘s often hard to visualize a 3D object, like a home or building, based on 2D images or computer simulations. An architectural model tells the entire story. Now, with 3D printing and other modern technologies, models are created in less time, are more affordable, more accurate, and have a higher level of detail than ever before.
3D printers can now affordably and quickly produce 3D residential models for portraying ideas and plans to interested parties such as home buyers, city planners, investors and planning commissions. Using these models, investors and potential buyers no longer have to be able to interpret complex AutoCAD print-outs to visualize their potential investments.
Tiny objects create huge reactions. WhiteClouds provides on-demand, custom next-gen 3D fabrication services. We can create anything you dream up — in miniature.
A 3D interior model can take the guesswork out of what a finished architectural project will look like. By adding furniture, floor plans, and traffic layouts can help you visualize all of those tough decisions that need to be make during any building project.
The details of architectural dioramas are nothing short of phenomenal. These dioramas can be used to showcase future vision, visualize development and project impacts, view shapes of buildings and topography, plan traffic flow, and many other uses.
WhiteClouds was commissioned to build an architectural diorama (10’x12′) showcasing the beauty and geography of the campus with a special emphasis on the huge variety of trees and their historical significance. The diorama includes 88 buildings, each one masterfully crafted with state-of-the art 3D design and printing technology.