What Is a Virtual Prototype?
A Virtual Prototype is not a real prototype, it is a digital representation of your invention idea, modeled in a 3D modeling program then animated showing the different angles and features of the prototype. The great thing is you don’t have to make an actual real prototype to show how your idea will work.
How is a Virtual Prototype Created?
Your Virtual Prototype is created by in-house artists using 3D modeling and rendering software. Using images and sketches you provide, our in house artists can create a 3D model of your invention idea. The better the reference materials you provide us the better your finished Virtual Prototype will be. Where a real prototype would require many engineering requirements to function correctly, a virtual prototype shows only what is necessary to convey the look and function of your idea.
Advantages of Virtual Prototyping
Improved innovation in multiple
Virtual prototyping allows developers to work on ideas and product designs before production materials are even invented. Rapid prototyping spearheads invention in other fields and industries, creating a constantly innovative work environment. Thanks to virtual prototyping, there is no reason why you can’t bring your idea to life at any moment.
It is easier to explain your concept in virtual prototype format
Explaining your idea or invention to any interested party without visual aids can be difficult. Putting things in visuals also helps the developer better understand their product. Not only is it easier for potential investors and consumers to interact with virtual prototypes it also makes it easier to convince them to purchase because they can see the product and its functions in real life.
Saves time and resources
Since there are no production materials used to make a physical prototype, the developer can save funds for the costly manufacturing process. Inventors that want to save money can employ this development technique to get their idea shown quickly to anyone with a link to their animation.
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