Our Port Creation Process
Day 1 Consultancy
The initial stage of the process begins with a consultation meeting with our 3D Environment Artist team to clarify the specification you desire for your virtual port
Week 1 Area Mapping
Working with you to decide which areas of your chosen port need the highest level of detail and which key landmarks need to be generated into 3D
Weeks 1-2 Gathering Reference
This can be in the form of on-site photography gathering intelligence from the internet, digital mapping software and ENC charts.
Weeks 2-6 Creating 3D Models
Once all necessary references have been gathered we can begin creating 3D geometry and populating the high detailed areas
Week 6 Client
Testing Project updates can be supplied on request anytime throughout the process and on week 6 your port will be available for testing to ensure all your requirement have been met
Week 7 Delivery
Once you are happy with your 3D port you can use it anytime at our facility for training, or additionally in your very own custom built simulator including bespoke equipment.
Please note – time scales are based on averages and may vary due to size of port you require.
We have the ability to create any vessel for your simulation training. Our team of 3D experts bring blueprints to life using the latest modelling and image manipulation software.
These models are then thoroughly tested repeatedly to match the real life counterpart ensuring realism when used in simulated environments
Our Vessel Creation Process
Our team receive the necessary information from the client and work on building up reference portfolios for each vessel.
When enough information has been attained work begins on modelling the vessel.
Once the modelling stage is complete it’s then onto texturing, the vessels liveries are painted to the client’s specification.
Next the models handling characteristics and physical properties are added and tested for accuracy.
After the client is happy with the vessel it is integrated into the simulator and ready for training exercises.
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