The whole process starts with files, and we’ll work with what you have. You can import a 3D or CAD file. If you don’t have those, we’ll build a 3D file from representative photos and materials that you send to our team.
Digital shoppers expect at least 8 images per product page. Exceed those expectations with Virtual Photographer.
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Why Threekit Virtual Photographer?
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Our highest quality rendering standards allow us to achieve photorealism, virtually indistinguishable from traditional luxury photography.
It’s not just about eCommerce. Use your virtual photography across social media, in email campaigns and in print collateral.
Plug it directly into your ERP for accuracy and instant alignment.
Automate any workflow, including imports, exports and even mass renders. Make edits, publish products and update assets. Listen and respond to incoming events and trigger post-order workflows.
Keep all order data – including full configuration and product details – in one place. Add data based on workflows. Learn more
Getting Started with Virtual Photographer
You might be wondering “How does this whole thing work?” It comes down to three steps.
Import or Create Files
Plug into the Platform
Once in-hand, we import your 3D files into the platform as models, materials, and assets. We then make sure they’re rendered in photorealistic 2D and use rules from your product catalog to create parameters for how a customer can configure the product on your site.
We place the player on your website with a built-in user interface
“Threekit makes the impossible possible for Crate and Barrel through image creation technology that unlocks massive scale and quality to keep our customers engaged and delighted."
Geoffrey Mark, Crate & Barrel Associate Director, CGI Strategy
Reduction in costs when you replace traditional photography with Virtual Photographer
Online shoppers will pay 20% more for products they can customize in real-time