Whether you have residential, commercial or industrial projects, we can help take care of all your visualisation requirements. By simply providing your 2D plans, we can transform your projects into a variety of 3D formats. From still images to interactive walkthroughs, you can now picture every element of your projects down to the finest detail.
Clients often tell us that the hardest part of their projects is visualising the end result. This is because 2D plans will often lack some of the most important aspects of the build such as space, light, texture and even colour. Transforming 2D plans into 3D visualisations removes the uncertainties and gives you the peace of mind to continue projects with confidence.
Having a clear vision of your project at an early stage can prevent last minute changes that can affect timescales and incur considerable costs. With SEEDTECH Studios, you get the opportunity to visualise your plans in 3D and experiment with your options long before the build to ensure you have everything correct before proceeding.
Over the past few years, the team at SEEDTECH Studios decided to expand their skill-sets
and enter into the world of game development!
With a goal to create a unique and family-fun video game, the team worked around
the clock to design, develop and produce a wacky and outlandish racing title called Tony Slopes™.
SEEDTECH Studios recently assisted in donating towards a local community project, the Malvern Hoops Campaign.
The campaign originally set out with a goal to improve the quality of outdoor basketball facilities in Malvern and went on to deliver the best outdoor 'public' basketball courts in the UK! The campaign also helped to bring 'public' netball facilities to Malvern too.
After almost 6 years of work, the campaign finally achieved its goal on the 29th August 2021, with the Mayor cutting the ribbon to formally open the new basketball courts at Victoria Park, Malvern.
(Unfortunately due to Covid-19 the netball courts had to be rescheduled for a later date).
SEEDTECH Studios funded the 2 metre red strip between the two courts (pictured below),
which was recently coined 'the red carpet to the Malvern Hills'.
To find out more about the Malvern Hoops Campaign, you can visit the official website at malvernhoops.co.uk