It’s a medium that can be applied in many different areas and the scope of our portfolio shows how we have utilised it successfully for a number of clients.
One example of how we’ve used 3D modelling is to enable people to immerse themselves into a reconstructed historical scene. PEEL Interactive produced a 3D reconstruction of the Norman Chapel for Colchester Castle Museum and the whole scene was developed so that users could enjoy a 360 panorama view of the space and step back in time. Using our expertise in historical reconstruction, we were able to recreate the room using only a small amount of reference material.
3D modelling can be used to allow users to interact with objects that are usually hidden from view, as well as alongside augmented reality to further enhance a space or collection. One example that we have recently produced was a 3D skull appearing at The Alnwick Garden poison gate.
Key Features / Skills
- 360 degree panoramas
- Bringing interactive content to life