As the Agriculture and Technology industry continues to evolve, companies are seeking innovative ways to convey complex information to their audiences. Animated videos have emerged as a powerful tool to communicate the benefits of new technologies and advancements in the field. The 3D real time simulation video is one such example, providing an engaging and interactive way to showcase agricultural methods and equipment.
In this case study, we explore the impact of animated videos in the Agriculture and Technology industry. Through the use of 3D real time simulation videos, companies can provide a visual representation of their products and services, allowing them to effectively communicate their message to a broader audience. The use of animated videos not only enhances the understanding of the audience but also provides a creative and engaging experience, making it an ideal tool for the Agriculture and Technology industry.
Creabiz Studio was a pleasure to work with on a 3D animated simulation project. They kept me informed and delivered everything on time to a high standard. The video they created was outstanding, with great attention to detail and accuracy. I highly recommend them for top-quality 3D animated simulation services and look forward to working with them again.
Yi Ying Lee
Portraying real-time accurate data in a timelapse of 30 seconds. Depicting actual functions and mechanisms of the integrated systems and equipment. Creating a comparison between conventional methods and this modern approach. Representing stats to correspond with the cost, efficiency, and time.
The animated video presented a side-by-side comparison of existing technology versus advanced new technology. The 3D real time simulation video explained a day’s process through 30 seconds timelapse with accurate details of the information. This particular agriculture and technology animated video is a unique concept itself emphasizing the actual process of the agricultural methods. Overall the animated real time simulation video gave a convincing demonstration while describing every possible parameter that can compare the benefits with limitations.
Our Process Brief
BOSCH BASF’s Agriculture and Technology animated video project started with a brief from the client that explained what type of video they wanted. Based on the information we prepared a sample animated real time simulation video concept to present within their time frame. Then we sat for a conversation to go into details to achieve what they were looking for. Once the concept was finalized we prepared a storyboard to describe the client’s about how the comparison is going to be presented in the animated video. They liked the idea and shared their opinions and guidelines to better present a convincing point of view. We then implemented those changes over on a 3D storyboard which could now describe the 3D outlook of the overall animated real time simulation video. After the reviews, it felt like we were sailing in the right direction to achieve perfection. The feedback of this phase was directly implemented during animation and we shared 3D animatics of the agriculture and technology animated video to the client for review. We had to go through a few revisions at this stage as new ideas were born to enhance the quality as well as the effectiveness of the overall real time simulation video. Once everything was final and lined up in sequence we adjusted the lighting and details that added a gold coating to the already shining armor. We then sent a few rendered samples to the client for review. The output was really appreciated with the minor arrangement of the data and information having to be worked out on the animated video. After adjusting the overall inputs from the client we then shared the final file with audio and sfx integrated. We believe BOSCH BASF’s 3D real time simulation video is successfully explaining its audience with information and presentation about the benefits of One Smart Spray.