|Here are some examples of
renderings Norwood Designs created for my customers. Most
of the renderings were done as part of my product
Click on each picture to view a larger image.
|These two images demonstrate the inner configuration of an IR Laser.|
|This Image is designed to show the components as well as the energy flow in this solar energy device. This image was created for David Wells of Northside, Inc. He can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.|
|This Image shows a configuration of a solar reflector system and was created for David Wells of Northside, Inc. He can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|This rotating image was created for the clients website. It allowed customers to to see the "Ear Radio" from all sides and see the imprint area.|
|Compare the images on the left. The right side image was created to visually demonstrate the form and function of this caging. The photo on the left shows the actual caging as produced. The rendering allowed the manufacturer gather opinions and concerns from perspective customers prior to manufacturing the first unit.|
|The drawing of the rear panel and the rendering of the Eagle-T fast transportable data recorder were used in proposals for this re-configurable, next generation instrument designed by Tri-Plex, Inc., now DRS Technologies Inc.|
|This laser etching system was rendered to show component layout and ergonomic considerations. The image was used on proposals for this innovative instrument designed by Potomac Photonics, Inc. http://www.potomac-laser.com.|
|These images were used to show inexpensive arrays of solar collectors. The image on the right shows a concept for an evacuated tube solar collector with automatically adjusted solar concentrating mirrors mounted on a roof. The image on the left shows a solar concentrator in which the solar collectors move and the concentrating mirrors are stationary|
|The image to the right is another rooftop system
that uses reflective surfaces to nearly double the
output of the solar cells without a significant cost
|The image to the left is a reflective system that rotates to better capture the solar energy. These images were created for David Wells of Northside, Inc. He can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.|
|Design Tech International needed to show their successful product designed for use in American cars, as it would appear with a European connector. The inset is the "wire frame" that is used generate the rendering. Visit: http://www.nvisionsafety.com/safety_alerts/back-up_alert_3156.html.|
|This rendering was developed for HIAC/ROYCO, now Hach Company. The Automatic Bottle Sampler's design was refined as indicated by studies of the rendering. Compare the rendering to the left to the photo on the right.|
rendering was created for the Ear Radio website. It shows
the volume control and the imprint area.
images were created to showcase the level of realism that
is possible. For most projects a simpler rendering is
sufficient. Click here
to see the image move.
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