How every object becomes a virtual experience.

The world is three-dimensional. Images of the world usually are not. Yet 3D representations seem more realistic, more comprehensible, more emotional. Especially when the object in the picture can be moved freely and viewed from all sides.

This is our service: we deliver the perfect digital image of your art object, your unique item your product. With a viewer, the object can be viewed, zoomed or moved as if you were holding it in your hand. It can be visually examined without the risk of wear or dirt.

The digital twin is always ready: for presentations, for trying out in different ambiences, for sharing or simply for silent observation. This applies to individual pieces and to entire collections, to tiny objects as well as monumental structures.

   

At first glance, two identical pictures. Click on the picture on the left and discover the depth of detail made possible by the three-dimensional representation. 

Reference objects

Vase

Sarah Pschorn, 2019

In the case of this ceramic vase with gold rim, it was particularly important to capture the variously reflective and textured surfaces in a realistic way, thus making the object appear alive.

   
Load Model (8M)

Camera

Rolleicord II, est. 1950

The camera has been through a lot and shows a number of signs of use. These contribute to the authenticity of the object, as does the mix of materials on the surfaces and the variously designed controls and lenses.

   
Load Model (69M)

Relief

Kiel Monument in Memory of the Fallen of the Franco-Prussian War, 1879

This monument from the Schlossgarten in Kiel is a good example of how even very large and unwieldy objects can be digitized in three dimensions. They thus allow a completely different approach for the viewer.

   
Load Model (21M)

Background

The basis for creating a digital twin is an imaging process. This can be classical photography or a laser scan. Important: The object is not affected or changed. A large amount of data is generated from all sides of your object, which is then combined by special software into a single image file. This file already shows the object in three dimensions, which can be virtually moved around all axes.

Inevitably, with each image capture and subsequent processing, errors in the representation occur, simple or obvious ones. These image errors are carefully corrected by our graphics experts in the next processing step.

The result is the perfect virtual likeness of your real existing object.

The file can be viewed from any side, zoomed and in all details. There are a large number of 3D programs for all common platforms, many of which are freely available.

Picture showing our photogrammetry device, a white-box for lighting and a mechanized lift for the camera.

Procedure

You send us a few meaningful photos of each object for which you want a 3D model.

We discuss the procedure together: For the object photos, we come to you or the object comes to us.

We evaluate the object and calculate the scope of the order. Then we make you a binding offer.

As soon as we have the object’s photographic data, we start the processing. You will then receive the 3D file as well as a certificate with the technical description of the data.

Showroom

Showroom coming soon

Now you have the digital twin of your valuable object. The next step could be a public and permanent presentation, e.g. on the internet.

With a virtual showroom we offer you the perfect environment for this. The showroom is adapted to your idea in size and appearance and integrated into an existing website without much effort.

In this way, you can present a single object in a high-quality environment or give your entire collection a suitable virtual setting.

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