Event Title

3D in digital media

Session

Computer Science and Communication Engineering

Description

This research paper is about product visualization, animation on digital platform and aims to improve consumer virtual experience by using three-dimensional (3D) product visualizations, within web and online retailer. Nowadays, with the development of the 3D technologies and web-based applications it became possible to perform various three-dimensional (3D) product visualizations, on web or virtual apps. Currently with more powerful browsers and speed of internet more and more three-dimensional (3D) products visualization techniques become part of today spare part documentation in oil and gas industry. This research explores the way of product and documentation has indeed shifted into the new service millennium, starting out from print catalog and expanding into the interactive solution on website with three-dimensional (3D) product content. In this paper, we utilized 3D technology and virtual imaging to make spare part identification of parts easier to convey to target clients in the market shall be given particular attention to especially when it comes to improving the process by which individuals become directly acquainted with the elements found in the worldwide web.

Keywords:

3-d technology, virtual reality, animation

Session Chair

Felix Breitenecker

Session Co-Chair

Edmond Jajaga

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 3:15 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 4:45 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.78

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3D in digital media

Pristina, Kosovo

This research paper is about product visualization, animation on digital platform and aims to improve consumer virtual experience by using three-dimensional (3D) product visualizations, within web and online retailer. Nowadays, with the development of the 3D technologies and web-based applications it became possible to perform various three-dimensional (3D) product visualizations, on web or virtual apps. Currently with more powerful browsers and speed of internet more and more three-dimensional (3D) products visualization techniques become part of today spare part documentation in oil and gas industry. This research explores the way of product and documentation has indeed shifted into the new service millennium, starting out from print catalog and expanding into the interactive solution on website with three-dimensional (3D) product content. In this paper, we utilized 3D technology and virtual imaging to make spare part identification of parts easier to convey to target clients in the market shall be given particular attention to especially when it comes to improving the process by which individuals become directly acquainted with the elements found in the worldwide web.