Almost always 3D animation is immediately associated with animation in movies and gaming. However, 3D solutions are way more universal than what people think. They have wider applicability and larger context across a number of industries including but not limited to entertainment, retail, construction, manufacturing, engineering and design and mining and utility. It helps related parties improve visual communication dramatically and express reality better than it has ever been. Scalability and possibilities of 3D animation are growing higher and higher thereby contributing to colossal adoption of 3D technologies across the world.
The 3D animation industry is forecasted to touch $40.7 billion by 2019 as per a detailed study done by MarketsandMarkets. 3D animation enables parties to look at a product from different angles for holistic understanding and study. They are of immense use when you have to gain new perspectives that are hard to understand in reality.
3D solutions are answers to Communication problems
In the fields of engineering, architecture, utility, mining and medical that are intolerable to flaws and defects, communication has to be more than perfect. And if there are parties that do not have specialized knowledge on the subject, even fundamental processes can be difficult to comprehend and wrongly executed. A faulty beginning can lead to numerous problems and ruin the efficacy or feasibility of the product or project. Knowledge overlap can also be responsible for gaps in communication and faulty procedures. Lack of understanding on the subject can often lead to absence of priority. This is where 3D animation can present a visually and easily comprehended template for current and future uses.
Bridging gaps in efficiency
3D solutions are emerging as cost effective, multi-faceted and powerful tools that eliminate technology related barriers amongst stakeholders that are not necessarily in the technology wing but play a significant role in the decision-making process.
3D concepts can be easily and effectively integrated with 3D data sources and modeling options in order to ensure seamless reflection without loss of nuance and depth. Any building can be viewed from multiple levels and angles. Viewers can virtually walk though every room and aisle like he or she does a walk through a building or home in reality. A complete inspection of the building and room much before the commencement of the construction process helps customers gather a holistic idea and quicken their decision making process. 3D animation in construction and architecture are thus of advantage to all stakeholders to a project including and more importantly, its customers.