We come with our special camera and take a three-dimensional photo of the interior of the yacht. We call it a 3D model. This is a snapshot and cannot be changed afterwards.
Tip: The 3D model really comes to life through plants and decorations.
The 3D model gains great added value through Info Points. The Info Points turn the 3D model into a 3D Yacht Manual.
The pins in the 3D Model are Info Points. You can individually choose on which location you want to put them in your 3D Model. By clicking at one of the Info Points in the Menu, you'll be guided to the location of the Info Point and presented more information.
There are 3 different types of Info Points:
Text Info Points
For example to guide to the location of the Electrical Windlass or Water Tank Inlets.
Picture Info Points
For example to guide to the location of Gas Bottles under a seat or to label a complex Electrical Panel.
Video Info Points
For example to show a specific task. Like how to use the Air-Conditioning system or how to use the Outboard Engine.
From the first contact to the finished project, there are 4 essential steps to assure you will
receive your 3D Yacht Manual with the highest quality. Here is how we operate:
To give you a feeling, the scanning process for one boat of the size of 65 feet takes approximately 2 days. Smaller boats take less time. The boat must be prepared in the way, they should be presented later in the 3D Yacht Manual.
After the scanning process, we need to render the files to a 3D space.
The duration of the postproduction process depends on the Info Points. If you communicate them as precise as possible in the planning phase, we can do a faster job in the postproduction phase. Approximately we take one day for the postproduction process.
Our finished 3D Manuals come in 2 different ways:
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