When it comes to the pitching of new ideas and concepts in the workplace, it can be difficult to know how to go above and beyond; especially in a situation where standing out and impressing decision-makers is a must. If you’re looking for a fantastic way to add a boost to your next pitch and impress the right people, including some 3D modelling designs, can offer all you need to add some spark to that product suggestion.

Extra impact

Many clients or companies are used to seeing the same things time and time again when it comes to pitches, with a limited effort put into designs before approval and a lot of information remaining hypothetical. Going the extra mile can go a long way towards showing your enthusiasm or commitment to a product or item, and can also help to make your pitch memorable against others.

This could be by way of including fully realised photorealistic modelling, or even investing in three-dimensional VR technology to show what you can create in a quick, effective and visual form that is far more likely to stick in the mind of potential investors. You can even combine 3D modelling with physical 3D print to offer those you’re pitching to a physical item to take away with them.

Add context to your concepts

For the pitching of practical or hard-to-describe items that may require other parts, it can be challenging to provide a clear and concise overview of what your product does, how it works and how it can improve on existing systems. Beyond actually building an expensive product for which you might not have funding, there’s a lot you can do to provide context and perspective with virtual modelling.

Not only does 3D modelling allow you to insert working parts and items into existing setups without the costs of physical production, but it also provides you with further flexibility when it comes to explaining and examining specific mechanisms and elements in details. With a 3D model, you can explore an item from all angles, as well as from within and in a deconstructed form – further showing off intelligent design and specific features in a way that a physical object cannot.

Get clients involved

Often, the pitching process can feel several steps removed from the actual product or item you’re hoping to pitch – leading to your clients or employers feeling less of an interest or connection in that item. VR and 3D modelling provide a way to bring that person into your world safely and effectively, allowing you to focus on the benefits of a product rather than its physical attributes. Not only does this allow everyone involved in a pitch to have a greater understanding of a product, but it can also be combined with presentations and data to create a succinct and rewatchable overview of what you can do with it.

Presentations and pitches primarily based on research and paper statistics are less likely to stick in someone’s mind – an accurate visual story created with 3D modelling can do far more and can be referred to during budgeting and approval decisions in ways that simpler pitched cannot. It’s all about immersing each person in your product, as opposed to providing them with a less involved and objective overview.

If you’re considering 3D modelling or photorealistic rendering for your next pitch, then Restoric Design have the tools to make your object into a fully realised virtual version, ready for examination and even CAD printing. Contact us today to find out more about our 3D modelling services and how they can help your next pitch to succeed.

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