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Online 3D Design Preview In LiveArt HTML5 Product Designer

Modern online product designers feature realistic previews that are shown in real-time. Whether you add text or upload your own artwork it is reflected on a product just in a split second. While a flat preview might be sufficient for a printed products industry or stationary, promotional products like cups or custom uniforms might require a better outlook. That is where the 3D preview of a design might benefit much to the final look and feel of the personalized promotional product.

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Basically, a 3D design preview applies design onto a product model, allowing the user to rotate it in a 360 degree while realizing how the end printed one would look like. A 3D product preview can be implemented for all types of LiveArt software, including  LiveArt HTML5 version. Upon additional request, our team can build custom scenes for a product rather than allowing preview float in a space, which is the most simple implementation.

A realistic touch can be made for phone cases 3d previews, t-shirt 3d previews, mugs, cups, USB drives, and a number of various products one can imagine.

Want a 3D Product Preview implemented for your project? Gather up a bit of information and let us know:

- A version of a product you are already using or planning to use. Applicable versions are LiveArt HTML5, LiveArt Shop and LiveArt Lite;

- A product type you would like to enable 3D preview for - t-shirt, cup, mug, banner, notebook, jewelry, etc.

- Any additional preferences to controls or scene itself.

Today the personalization comes out of 2-dimensional into complete 3D, where one can 3D print small applicable things like phone cases. A 3D Product Preview or designer would benefit much to further augmented the feeling of designing and engagement as well as customer love. Happy online designing!

 

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  • Jason Goldhahn

    3/11/2016 9:00:21 AM | Reply

    Keep up publishing great stuff!

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