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In most of the case studies so far, Visualizer Plus was asked by a client to create a unique exhibition for their product. This time around, Visualizer Plus decided to display their own creative works at TISE, also known as The International Surface Event. This massive convention is entirely devoted to the flooring, stone, and tile industries—all industries that traditionally struggle with marketing. The biggest issue these industries have all dealt with helping people see their wares. It’s hard to sell a granite countertop or a textured tile without having clients see it in person.  In recent years, the art of creating fully-detailed 3D renderings has skyrocketed in demand. Renderings offer people a way to see all the details of tile, in custom-made rooms, at the click of a button. At the forefront of that trend is Visualizer Plus. Knowing that, the company absolutely had to show

If you are a fan of movies, you might have noticed how many pieces of furniture are made entirely for the purpose of a movie set. In no show series is this more apparent than The Hunger Games, and that furniture did not come cheap to make! Jason Phillips, of the Phillips Collection, came to Visualizer Plus when they were working on one of the props that became synonymous with the movie: the seatbelt dining chairs. In order to ensure that the chairs would look as good on film as producers hoped, he wanted to get renderings that would show every detail. Phillips and Visualizer Plus teamed up together to create a full-detail rendering of the seatbelt chair. To ensure that the design was up to par, Visualizer Plus created a full AR experience for owner Jason Philips to inspect the chair. Like with all other renderings,

House Tipster is one of the most popular names in home improvement, not to mention interior design advice. It comes as no surprise that a site as popular as theirs would eventually need assistance when it came to rendering house interiors. The site teamed up with Visualizer Plus for a series of different rendering projects, including a walkthrough of a home featuring Chris Grubbs. Many of House Tipster’s projects involved lifelike kitchen decor renderings, bathroom renderings, as well as full-scale walkthroughs of rooms. Since this project featured a series of different renderings, Visualizer Plus often had to create similar renderings involving different fixtures or color schemes. This led to a massive portfolio of gorgeous, market-ready visualizations . Clients loved it because they were able to see the changes they wanted to compare in near real-time. These renderings helped illustrate key points that House Tipster tried to make about new