The 3D Magic for Retail Shops
The 3D Magic for Retail Shops
Today, 3D is really the way to go. Forbes Magazine lists 3D machines as one of the rising off the shelf products, with presence in the top shopping meccas such as Staples and Home Depot as well as online such as Amazon. But with this powerful tool in the fingertips of so many, how does it translate to gains especially for entrepreneurs?
The best way to maximize the magic of 3D aside from real estate or marketing as it is usually used for is in the cutthroat world of retail. Let us count the ways:
It works so well for online
There is a rising trend today of brick and mortar stores also having online shops to answer the growing consumer behavior of shopping online. With 3D, this is easily and much more effectively achieved. It presents the product in all angles to replicate the experience of shopping in an actual shop.
For items such as clothes and jewelry, the minutest of details matter in making a sale, and this is achieved better with 3D rendering. With the help of a good programmer, it can be turned into a video style as well to really make the buyers see all the details of the product.
Save on photography
One of the best parts of 3D rendering that real estate and interior design companies have taken advantage of is its ability to replicate areas and spaces without spending on actual set up or photography. This saves them so much money as photography fees are skyrocketing year on year and yet 3D rendering provides the same quality that’s already good for printing and presentations.
Retail companies that focus on items such as wedding gowns and have clients overseas can benefit from this as they can do sittings and virtually sketch a whole gown for a client. Jewelry shops also need not create a bracelet or necklace prior to selling it. They can simply create a portfolio of designs and show this to potential clients. This ensures that all items are sold before they are even made.
Save on rent
The visual abilities of 3D rendering technology keeps retail shops open online even without the need for an actual shop opening. Because of this, retail shops which are looking into moving away from maintaining expensive overhead costs can now do so. From keeping a store with 10 people working, online stores only need around 4 to 5. And with the internet, it does not even have to close – the store can keep selling 24/7 to any client based anywhere in the world.
Also, 3D rendering is an inexpensive way for start-ups to penetrate any retail market of their choosing. With a great design, anything is possible.
Amazing on social media
Another opportunity for 3D rendering is its ability to be translatable to another portal – social media. Aside from the website, social media connects the company to its clients in so many ways, all for free.
This makes for an exciting retail industry to be part of, thanks to 3D rendering technology!