To request CGI renderings quickly and easily via the rooom platform, first upload a 3D object or create one using our scanning solutions.
3D Rendering Software
Produce CGI product renderings yourself and offer photo-realistic 3D experiences.
Easy CGI renderings with wow-factor
You want to save on expensive and time-consuming product photography, but not compromise on image quality? The recognition value of your brand should still be maintained? Then get into digital marketing with impressive 3D renderings.
- Self-service-platform for DIY renderings
- Easy to use
- HD quality imagery
- Consistent look for your portfolio
Big brands count on rooom
What is a rendering?
Meaningful product images are essential for the sale of products. With several variants, the costs for professional product photos can quickly skyrocket. With 3D renderings you save costs and present your products in the best light. A rendering is based on a three-dimensional replica, which is provided with the appropriate surface and lighting. With a 3D program objects are transformed into a 3D model and can be inserted into any location and scenery. Shape, material, color and light can be adjusted and changed afterwards with rendering software. With rooom your individual rendering is just one click away.
Visualize your product variants
A CGI rendering makes it possible to present your product in several variants, even if it is still a prototype. High-end renderings are amazingly similar to conventional product photography, allowing you to maintain or completely redefine the visual language and branding of your brand.
To create a rendering, you only need 3D data of your object. If you do not have your own 3D models yet, you can create them yourself with the help of rooomScan.
Application areas for 3D product images
Interior & architecture
Present furniture, kitchens and interior in atmospheric and realistic sceneries with an Interior Rendering. Perfect for online shops, catalogs and co. Also possible: architectual renderings for real estate, floor plans and constructin documentation.
Automotive & aviation
Customers and fans of your brand can hardly wait for the launch of new models: Present your production processes in the form of photo-realistic 3D visualizations on your website.
E-commerce & marketing
Numerous companies in industry and commerce benefit from the advantages of Product Rendering, for example in e-commerce, on a website or in print format.
Alternative to the classic photo shoot
Product photos for objects made of glass are difficult to create. Due to reflections and light reflexes, it is extremely complicated to obtain aesthetic photos, for example for a catalogue or online shop. A product rendering is the solution! With our 3D software, light reflections and surfaces can be individually adjusted to show the object "in the best light". The product design comes to the fore.
How to create a rendering
In the second step, you rotate your 3D model to the desired view. Zooming in or out is also possible.
If you are satisfied with the view, click the "Render" button to request your render directly.
After a view minutes you can download your finished rendering and use in your e-commerce store, on your websites or in digital or printed marketing materials.
Advantages of 3D renderings
Show products in every imaginable environment from all perspectives.
Show prototypes, products or real estate even before they are on the market.
Creation independent of time, place and weather. All animations can be changed at any time afterwards.
Best image quality
Our powerful rendering software ensures pin sharp graphics that show absolutely no qualitative difference to a "real photo".
The 3D model of your product can of course also be reused for other projects such as virtual reality, augmented reality or 360° views. Let us advise you!
FAQ: 3D Renderings
A rendering is a three-dimensional object that is created digitally and used for online presentations. It is useful for staging 3D models in 2D as well (e.g. for print materials or in a virtual environment).
To get a rendering, you first need product photos, sketches or finished 3D data. From these, a 3D model is created with colors, surface structures and lighting. This is then used to create the photorealistic rendering.
A big benefit of renderings is that even prototypes that do not yet exist in reality can be represented photorealistically. In addition, objects can be displayed very easily and quickly in different scenarios and variants and from different angles. Especially with automated renderings, the costs are lower than for elaborate photo shoots.