C G I
An image, entirely generated using computer graphics, is a fundamental direction for drawing more detailed attention to a future reality. The arrangement of visual elements in an image will determine the depth of an image. The selective textures of each reflect an actual approach of a 3d scene. From placing objects to human-like models, the composition of each element in indoor and outdoor visualization must beautifully blend with climatic moods. The texture response of each element on specific lighting will give an eventually idealistic approach to a 3d scene. Full CGI covers this entire process of creating an internal and external outlook meticulously realistic.
P H O T O M O N T A G E
It is a process of intermingling a real on-site professional direction based photograph with that of computer-generated imagery. It will give us an unambiguous match of an atmospheric ambiance and perspectives in accordance with actual surroundings. This requires building up a 3d model with an exact implementation in textures and lighting in order to have a match with an ideal scene. Further, with precise camera angles, overlay of CGI and the on-site photograph would take place and a finer realistic detailed scene would be created.
P R O D U C T V I S U A L I Z A T I O N
It is a process of communicating early and efficient imaginations by displaying a graphical 3D model in such a way that it let’s one interpret a reality of how a finalize product might look.
A N I M A T I O N S
It is a display of moving visualized images in a frame that imparts life, emotions, and engagement to a computer-generated scene.
C I N E M A G R A P H
An engaging short clip made by fusing still computer-generated images with an element that possess a continuous repeated movement within a sequential frame which creates a cinematically dramatic scene.
T I M E L A P S E
It is a process of photographing a continuous occurrence of changes in an environment and its reflection on a 3d model from a specific frame of reference. The filming of an entire journey of sequential changes in a frame is known as a timelapse. This short video often covers changes in climatic conditions, the activity of surroundings, and other every possible parameter which could potentially happen in reality.
C A M E R A T R A C K I N G
It is a process of placing a rendered 3d model in a live real photographed camera footages. It also must track the fact that how and where was a camera moving when a shot was captured for a meticulous representation of a 3d model. This can be done from many frames of reference for having an appealing cinematic feel.
3 6 0 V I R T U A L T O U R
It is a user-interactive medium that creates a lifelike visual environment giving the audience multiple 360° panoramic views of an entire scene from a specific frame of reference.