October 30th, 2019
Its’ no secret that retailers in the UK are facing challenging times ahead, with the decline of the high street, the rise of ecommerce and an uncertain political landscape. For British retailers, Brexit presents a number of challenges, whether the UK leaves with or without a deal. The loss of frictionless trade, combined with a possible decrease in consumer demand, means that retailers will have to differentiate more than ever before to improve their customer’s experience and remain competitive. Dalia Lasaite, Co-Founder and CEO CGTrader, a leading provider of 3D Visualization and Augmented Reality solutions for eCommerce, explores some of these challenges and explains how implementing innovative technologies can help retailers boost consumer engagement, reduce overhead and drive profitability, which will be even more essential after Britain’s exit from the EU.
October 24th, 2019
CGTrader has been named the 11th fastest growing company in Central Europe by Deloitte. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 in Central Europe is a program that recognizes and profiles the fastest growing technology companies in the region.
This marks the third consecutive year CGTrader has been recognized in this prestigious report.
October 3rd, 2019
The new feature film “Dauntless – the Battle of Midway” was created using 150 different stock 3D models purchased from the CGTrader Marketplace – saving an estimated one million US dollars in production costs. This is truly remarkable example of the advantages of using photorealistic stock 3D content in film and animation production.
Michael Swack from the CGTrader Blog caught up with Bayou Pictures owner and VFX producer Mike Phillips in Los Angeles at SIGGRAPH 2019 to discuss the role 3D content played in the film.
September 26th, 2019
With Formnext, Westec and other major additive manufacturing events fast approaching, you’ll be preparing to showcase your latest 3D printing solutions.
July 31st, 2019
CGTrader is working with apparel design and manufacturing company, IKAR, to transform traditional fashion visualization using 2D images and paper catalogs into engaging and immersive 3D and AR customer experiences for its intimate apparel and activewear lines. This includes providing photorealistic 3D models to IKAR via the new all-inclusive, scalable CGTrader ARsenal augmented reality solution. CGTrader is also teaming up with Magic Leap, a leading spatial computing platform, to explore new interactive spatial 3D applications for consumers purchasing garments, both for at-home shoppers and end-of-aisle experiences.