Simply doing nice renderings or animations is sometimes not enough. Creating something that users can interact is more important than creating something that they can just ‘see’ or ‘watch’. Weather its being able enhance the feeling for the volume of a space, or giving the user extra information, interactive presentations can help…
Interactive Walkthrough of an upscale apartment complex. Click above to load a web-friendly version of this interactive, or below to download a HD-Size version.
Presenation to the Chipotle Manager’s Conference – showing off the new design concept for Chipotle restaurants. We produced two versions – one with 360VR views showing the main flagship store – and a second with still images showing other possible designs. *(note – Project Lead – Dan Creekmore. I did the Presentation design and some modeling / rendering / AfterEffects work. Extra coding help by Josh Logsdon)
Prior to the casino being built on the West Side of Columbus, we produced this interactive map showing the possible revitalization that could take place. *(note – I did the Presentation… but all renderings contained inside are by the team at Glavan ImageWorks.)
This extensive presenation was designed for Red Roof Inn’s corporate intranet to help all teams have instant access to information regarding every aspect of the hotel’s components. You may click above to launch the presentation online – however, I recommend clicking the link to the right and download the entire stand-alone App. The App has higher resolution graphics and will run much better than the online version.
These two presentations were created to help the clients view all of the possible color schemes for their proposed buildings. They were both created HD-Size and were used on 52″ and larger monitors for their presentations. Kind of fun to click through all the different color options, and compare instantly.
The above are small interactive animations with personalized messages attached. These were created as a special way to follow up with clients and make things seem a bit more ‘customized’ than an email. Click the over image to load the first message – then link to the remaining messages in sequence. (Not all of them have pre-loaders… so they might appear not to load instantly. Be patient.)