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Animation makes sense now more than ever. It’s always been our job to do everything we can to help companies share products in their finest light. With FUSE, you’re choosing the best and most efficient alternative to photoshoots, video recordings, and hours of in-person meetings. As experts in 3D design, photorealism, and animation, we’re the [...]

April 22, 2020

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by: Kit Murray

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Tags: 3D rendering, Project/Artist Highlight

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Categories: Marketing

Imagine letting your customers shop for your furniture from anywhere. Not just looking through a digital catalog or reading reviews, but actually trying out different pieces in their own home. Brands like IKEA and Wayfair are already building furniture AR experiences to let customers try out products at home. Other competing companies are close behind. [...]
CES 2019 officially ended last week. During our four days wandering around the 2.9 million net square feet of the convention center, we saw hundreds of exhibits. There were personal helper robots, self-driving cars, and screens that rolled up like a scroll. But rather than point out the craziest tech or exhibits we saw at [...]

January 16, 2019

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by: FUSE

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Tags: CES, Industry Trends, Marketing, Trade Show

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Categories: 3D Industry Trends, CES, Marketing

How important are product catalogs to your business? Maybe they're not your top priority. But for customers, your catalog is extremely important. They want to know everything about your products down to the smallest detail before buying. And since people are drawn to visuals, they’re turning to your product catalog images for answers. But between [...]

October 23, 2018

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by: FUSE

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Tags: Product Catalog, Product Rendering

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Categories: 3D Rendering, Marketing

Trade shows are an excellent way to show off your new products and connect one-on-one with existing and new clients. People travel hundreds of miles to attend trade shows, many of whom have buying power and are looking to make connections with vendors. But getting people to your booth isn’t always easy. The average exhibition [...]