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ON TOUR EVENTS TALKS ''3D RENDERS'' & THE EVENT VISUALISATION SERVICES THEY OFFER
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There are a lot of questions that need to be answered when planning the layout of an event. Where will all the furniture and event equipment go? What will be the theme and look of the event? And most importantly, how can you best convey our message to the audience? A good and well-planned event is vital for its success. The simple solution of using a good set of images to communicate your vision will clearly give everyone the understanding of how you would like your event to run.
On Tour Events have taken the event planning process into the digital age with a full-colour, 3D photo-realistic visuals. The process of using specialist software and the latest in illustration techniques have allowed our talented designers the ability to produce highly detailed examples of your event as it would be in real life. We are able to include all event styling elements such as a wide variety of event equipment, furniture and lighting options to fully encapsulate all the features of the event. Stages of any shape, dancefloors of any size and décor of any colour our 3D event renders produce and clear image of your event exactly what it would be like in real life.
+WHY DO I NEED A 3D RENDER?
3D renders are able to provide a visual representation of what your venue will look like on the day of the event. Many of our clients have decided to utilise this service in order to save time and money. Not only are they able to clearly see if the required elements of the event will fit the event space it often means not having to rebuild or move around the technical aspects of the event once it’s set up. Changes are simple and moving items around is easy to do, by simply rearranging the virtual model you are able to get the best plan for your event. Also at this point, should there be a possible concern due to the layout, the necessary modifications can be made to ensure that the event runs smoothly on the day.
+WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF HAVING A 3D RENDER?
On Tour Events have several reasons why we feel having 3D renders is vital for a successful event. Below is a short list outlining the reasons why you should consider using one of our 3D events render service for your next show.
You can clearly see where everything will go Once our team have plotted all the required elements of the event, you can see if the positioning of the items works with the flow of their function. Clients can visibly understand if there’s enough space around the tables for guests to walk around, if fire exits are accessible in case of an emergency and if viewing angles are obscured of the stage. Alterations at this point are easy, all sizes can be adjusted such as the stage or dance floor, can be made larger or smaller. Quantities of event equipment can also be changed, increasing the number of tables and chairs to better suit the venue as well as all PA and lighting fixtures to get the best effect for your show. Our designers are able to amend the whole layout to make better use of the available space until the best arrangement is achieved so that all parties involved are content with the final plan and the event is set to be a success.
You can see if the colours and theme work for your event. 3D event renders are highly detailed and capture all the features of the event for a client’s special day. Not only can the room or event space be drawn to scale, but our team is able to include like-for-like equipment in the design. This means furniture, staging, colours, themes, fabrics can all be matched so that what is drawn is a true example of what is aimed to be provided on the day. At this point, our clients are then able to decide if their proposed event would work in reality. Changes and adjustments are often made at this point and are easy to do with our in-house team amending any feature until it's perfect. Colours can be altered, table centres changed, stage sets can be redrawn and the furniture can be moved. Intern, the final image is complete to become an exact example of how our clients want their event to look and feel.
Help others understand vision – everyone is on the same page There are many individuals involved when planning large events. You have the event planners who come up with the who use their creativity in designing an event. The management team, who provide the brief and budget for the function. And then we have a list a long list of, external vendors, who provide all the equipment and services that make the day. So that everyone is on the same page it is important that a clear plan is set out from the beginning. This is easily achievable with our 3D renders that clearly show all the elements of the event in motion, in colour and with pinpoint accuracy. This makes it simple and easy to convey any message across when discussing the event within thin all the individual event teams. It also means plans are often signed off faster with clients, venues or local authorities and leading to faster decisions being made and a firm foundation to a successful event.
Avoid problems technical event visuals are essential for everyone involved with your event, from event planners to external vendors, when planning a large-scale event, having technical drawings are extremely useful as it provides a clear representation of what is trying to be achieved. Most of all, having 3D renders prevents many errors during the planning, manufacturing and execution of such events as clear plans are always available to be referred to. Quantities of chairs, tables and other furniture can be assessed before the event to see if it is manageable within the workspace. Positioning and locating of all the event equipment can also help gage if there are any unforeseen issues for the event day ensuring access and viewing angles are sufficient. All creations such as set building, staging or draping are thought out to make sure what is produced is what has been imagined and that correct message and branding is portrayed for the event. This would eliminate any surprises or amendments needed to be made of on the day which often results in last-minute changes or delays.
+WHAT OTHER SERVICES ON TOUR EVENTS PROVIDE?
3D renders are not only what we do, once a 3D model is created, our in house design teams are able to create video clips and flyovers of the room providing the client with a full sense of what the event will be like. The client is then able to visualise exactly what it will be like to be sat on a table, or talking on the stage or even dancing on the dancefloor. Our event lighting can be programmed to move and displays such as TV’s and Video Walls are able to display relevant content as if the event was live. 2D still images can also be taken of all the different angles these are usually printed and provided to other vendors such as catering teams. The 2D images can clearly display table plans, fire escape routes and different zones within the event space. This, in turn, can ensure you have all the information for your event clearly laid out and understandable for everyone.
+CHOOSE ON TOUR EVENTS FOR ALL YOUR EVENT RENDER NEEDS
On Tour Events is one of London’s leading technical event companies to rely on 3D rendering in order to better assist their clients. We strongly believe that these virtual models are a vital part of the planning process to create the exact event out clients want. By clearly showing our clients where the dancefloor will be or where the stage will be built, they are able to better plan the other components of their events. Ultimately, clients will enjoy an enhanced service experience, because they will have a visual understanding of their event before it takes place and an event executed to their exact specifications.