We’re excited to announce that we recently finished the first phase of a project that has the potential to effect major change in the South San Francisco area. We’ve told you about our work with Shorenstein, a great development firm with properties throughout the country (read here) and we recently were approached by their team to work with them again on their Oyster Point Business Park project.…Continue
Wilson Meany Sullivan, Federal Realty and WRNS Studio team up on LEED Gold certified office in San Jose.
We’re often approached by developers who are in the planning stages of a major project, and need our help to visualize their ideas. In a way, we’re virtual storytellers, because we take seed of an idea, and show what the possibilities of it could be.
That’s what we did with Lot 11 at Santana Row, a 220,000-square-foot commercial office building in…Continue
IKEA Begins Using 3D Product Rendering
If you’re a major retailer, what costs less – hiring a photographer, a creative director, and a full staff to create a variety of photos for your website, or hiring a 3D rendering company to digitally create all of the images that you’ll need to highlight your products?
That’s what IKEA recently did, when they transitioned a portion of its product photography from the studio to the digital screen. Instead of…Continue
Reusing 3D Models: A Cost-Effective Way to See the Project from Start to Finish
At Zum, we place a premium on giving our clients the most value for their money possible. Every project comes with its own budgetary restrictions, and we do our best to make sure that our clients are getting great work for the best possible price.
One way that we try to do that is by creating 3D models for our clients that can be used in a variety of different ways, and reused…Continue