Historical 3D visualizations
To save from oblivion objects that no longer exist or whose form has changed
There is no doubt that 3D graphics is an excellent tool for presenting products or buildings that have not yet been built. So why not use the possibilities offered by 3D visualization to show historical objects that have ceased to exist over the years or whose form has changed dramatically? Moreover, the created 3D worlds can be used by technicians and conservators to conduct research, analysis, and future forecasts of specific or planned activities. At Double Prism, historical visualizations combine our two main passions, and we have already undertaken various orders many times. For this reason, we decided to include this type of service in our regular offer.
Visualization of the coastal defense battleship “Admiral Ushakov”
Photorealistic historical visualizations can be used in many industries, ranging from architecture and construction, archeology, cartography, civil and marine engineering, and the modeling and tourism industry. The current generation 3D visualization capabilities can also be applied to the region’s development in refreshing or reconstructing historic buildings. Our historical visualizations are also directed to educational institutions, such as schools and museums. Wich would like students and visitors to present something more than commemorative photographs or technical drawings showing the appearance of historical objects.
Visual of the hotel “White Horse” in Skoczów, Poland. Currently, the facility doesn’t exist.
Visual of the synagogue in Skoczów in Poland. Currently, the facility doesn’t exist.
Interactive historical visualizations
Interactive historical visualizations are a proposal that we address, especially to schools, museums, and other institutions focused on education. Objects that can be rotated in any way and encourage the recipient to interact with them arouse curiosity and make learning history more enjoyable. Knowledge acquired in this way becomes much easier to remember because it stimulates the imagination and allows you to visualize the real form of the presented object, or as in the example of the thing below. These solutions are perfect for direct implementation on a website or software for displaying digital formats.
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