3D RENDERING SERVICES & 3D ANIMATION NEW JERSEY
ARCHITECTURAL | REAL ESTATE | INTERIOR | PRODUCT | WALKTHROUGH
I had fun with it. I appreciate your skill set and will definitely be in touch for future projects. Thanks again.
They looks amazing! Thanks for all your hard work!I have more renderings project I will give it to you on Tuesday. Just waiting to sign the contract
Paul, these are amazing! Can’t wait to show them! I just came back from my meeting. Thank you so much for all your hard work, it went really well!
Working hard! Brilliant and reliable = awesome, love it…Thank you.
Best to you,
What do I need to start a project?
First, please email us what you have in mind so that we can review and have a better visual understanding of your request.
Email is: [email protected]
Generally, you can send us any kind of files, either hand sketches or even a video briefing. The most basic references are drawings, architectural or design sketches, and mood boards. If you have the exact idea for a project, you can send us everything you have.
Ideally, we prefer to work with the following formats of files:
– for plans and drawings – CAD format, pdf or any other vector format;
– for ready 3D models – stl, 3ds, max, obj.
How much does it cost?
The cost depends on your project requirements and urgency. Pricing goes down depending on the number of images. We are using our “cost effective” system to provide you best pricing for impressive image quality. To learn the exact cost for your project, please request a quote in the form above.
Are changes really free?
You have one round of changes for free.
By changes, we mean changes that are less than 30% of the project workload. If the changes you want to make exceeds this limit, then we consider it a new project.
What is your turnaround time?
The standard turnaround time for an architectural rendering project is 5-7 business days and for an interior design rendering project is 72 hours. The exact TAT, however, depends on many factors – the number of views, complexity, details, etc. To learn how much time your project will take exactly, please contact us through the website and send a brief. Our team of specialists will take into account all the requirements and give you TAT information.
Can I get a discount?
How many projects can you do at the same time?
New Jersey Render Company was founded in 2012 by a group of designers and designers who saw the need for change in the sphere of architectural visualization and 3d animation design. The existing options brought results but were inconvenient. CGI services required waiting forever for the project even to start, often lead to missed deadlines, and overall the collaboration was hard. The founders decided it was high time to change and committed to creating new 3D Rendering services.
The process of generation of a photorealistic or non-photorealistic image with 3D models using 3D rendering software. The resulting product is called a 3D render.
The process of creation of a three dimensional greed using 3D modeling software. The resulting product is called a 3D model.
360° Virtual tour
A collection of 360-degree panoramic rotating images, composed together to form a full, 360° view of a location.
VR or virtual reality
An artificial environment providing an interactive immersive experience through the simulation of sensory events, such as sight and sound. Objects are recreated digitally and placed in a virtual environment for the user to experience them like in real life — interact with them, see their features and benefits, change options, etc.
With “Preview” visualization, we can show you how a project looks before the final rendering. The quality of lighting, reflections, glossiness, and object materials in drafts are strongly reduced to save time and computer resources. Preview visualizations allow you to check the whole composition and every small detail of the project to make necessary corrections before the final rendering.
A drawing to scale, showing a view from above, of the relationships between rooms, spaces, traffic patterns, and other physical features at one level of a structure.
An unobstructed and wide view of an extensive area in all directions. It can be an extended pictorial representation or a cyclorama of a landscape or other scene.