Elara has experience working with clients across a wide range of industrial industries, including construction, agriculture, fracking, and engineering. As 3D animation and virtual reality leaders, we specialize in bringing these complex stories to life in ways your audience can easily understand. From the latest technology to intricate microscopic processes, we can turn your unique vision into a photo-realistic, informative animation that will appeal to your target audience.
Learn how a professional animation can help your business reach its goals. Here are some of the few industrial industries we’ve served over the years:
Our team set out to make a highly engaging video on the features and benefits of the latest drone technology due to a steady increase in popularity across a range of industries, including shipping, surveillance, energy, and real estate. Using 3D animation and live-action video, our team explored the many ways drones are used around the world and how they can help businesses achieve their goals. This short video is perfect for trade shows, marketing, training, and general education purposes. It’s just one example of how we can bring your products and services to life on screen.
Industrial AG Crop Sprayer
Agriculture can be a tough business as global demand for agricultural products continues to rise. Facing a range of challenges, the agriculture industry is turning to crop sprayers to improve crop management and increase output. Elara created this short piece to highlight the many benefits of crop spraying. Our team combined several different mediums, including data, live action, graphics, and voiceover to create a dynamic presentation that appeals to business managers, sales associates, and industry advocates alike. Static images, infographics, and slide shows can’t compare with animated infographics.
In this video for Kageta Tech, our team created a 3D animation that shows how the company’s new patented trailer hook-up can help drivers stay safe when reversing. In less than two minutes, the viewer can see exactly how the device works and how it can benefit the end user. If you’ve ever tried to explain the inner workings of one of your industrial products to a new customer, you know how challenging this process can be. Painting a picture of the inner workings of your product can be difficult when you’re depending on images and text alone.
Under the threat of climate change, the need for alternative energy grows with each passing day. A new form of alternative energy can help reduce our effect on the environment. Underwater turbines use the motion of the water to create an electrical current. Considering these giant structures live on the ocean floor, many have wondered, “How do underwater turbines work?” To help generate support for this innovative technology, Elara created this short, 3D animated video that details how these large turbines collect and store clean energy. Our team brought the beauty of these underwater machines to life as a way of educating audiences across the energy industry.
Schneider Electric Interactive Piece
Seeing the inside of your product is next to impossible unless you’re willing to take it apart piece by piece. Schneider Electric was faced with the challenge of conveying their products features and benefits to potential customers without the ability of showing them the internal workings. In this short animation, but powerful piece, the Elara team created a visual breakdown of one of Schneider Electric’s newest products allowing their customers to fully comprehend the superiority of their product.
Fracking remains a contentious issue here in the U.S. Supporters say it’s a safe way to drill while lessening our dependence on foreign suppliers, while opponents say fracking can pollute the water supply and damage the local environment. To explain what fracking is and how it can affect the local environment, Elara created this photo-realistic 3D animation that details the fracking process. Understanding this technology is essential to the debate over fracking. It’s just one more example of how Elara transforms complicated subjects and processes into easy-to-understand visual content.
Designed to appeal to structural engineers, chemists, composite material specialists, and builders, this 3D concrete animation clearly explains how concrete is made and used today. To create this piece, our team had to model cementitious chunks with voronoi regions using the plugin pulldownit. We developed new 3D material types using subsurface scattering to pipe light into thin areas of the geometry to replicate SEM. We also placed small debris across the surface and rendered with V-ray displacement to create high-frequency bumps. This resulted in a highly accurate video demonstration of some concrete ideas.
From product demos to complex mechanical processes, Elara is here to bring your ideas to life. Contact us today to learn more about our 3D animation services.