The details of architectural dioramas are nothing short of phenomenal. The scaled-down view of buildings and landscaping, whether from a city block or an entire city are mind-captivating. 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. All types of functional architectural dioramas can be built including large city layouts, airports, railroad stations, hospitals, and university campuses. Topographical dioramas can also be used to feature specific geographical areas for development projects above ground and mining and drilling projects below ground.
We have the technology and skills to deliver professional dioramas within your timeframe and budget. An architectural diorama can be as small as 12"x12" or as large as 20'x20' or larger and can be built to emphasize both daylight and night-time views. Pricing can vary from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands depending on size and complexity.
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Architectural Dioramas, Architectural Models and Topographical Models.
Immerse yourself into a three-dimensional world of fun and fiction. Whether imagining your favorite movie scene, video game set, or a futuristic fantasy land — these can all be accomplished with highly detailed entertainment dioramas. Design elements that encompass music, special lighting, rivers and mountains, futuristic scenes, old castles, medieval scenes, or hundreds of warriors battling away — these can all be built into the diorama.
Whether for trade shows, museums, theme parks and attractions, retail stores, office complex's, lobby displays, or special events; entertainment dioramas can bring out the "kid" in all of us. Entertainment dioramas provide a realistic awe-inspiring physical model of the original design. Themed entertainment dioramas are becoming more and more in demand and are only limited by imagination.
The video below highlights an entertainment diorama built from the video game "DOTA 2". It converts the games map layout from a digital 2D to a physical 3D version of the game. The detail is unbelievable. All map elements are manufactured with advanced 3D printing technologies, to ensure maximum precision and detail. There are 381 individually designed elements from the game using 39 different vivid colors. Every element has been painstakingly designed to match the in-game model. The video showcases the Ancients, barracks and towers in each base down to the forgotten bones of old enemies strewn along the side of a forest path. Lighting is designed to highlight the lava flows, crystals, bases and other dynamic elements.
Turn up the sound, hit play, and enjoy the ride through DOTA 2.
An entertainment diorama can be as small as a 2'x2' or as large as 50'x50' or larger and can be built with internal or external enhancements and props to gain a full experience. Pricing can vary from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands depending on size and complexity.
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Entertainment Dioramas and DOTA 2 Game Dioramas. Museum Dioramas
Museums and educational institutions use dioramas as educational tools to dramatically impact the appeal to viewers through 3D representations of scenes. These special exhibits can depict science, space, natural history scenes, animals, environments, wildlife aquariums, special exhibits, and historical events. From the American Museum of Natural History to museums at Pearl Harbor to depictions of nature, these museums all have something in common — bringing to life the replication and realism of the scene. While some think of museum dioramas as taxidermy recreations of animals and fishes, others think of re-enactments of battlefields and warfare on the seas to retain historical details for future generations.
A museum diorama can be as small as 5'x5' or as large as 30'x30' or larger. Pricing can vary from a tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands or in some cases millions, depending on size and complexity.
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