Production-Ready 3D Locations


Bringing Film Locations to Life

PR3D brings locations to life

PR3D images are 2D photo overlays blended with a 3D mesh to produce an interactive, immersive 3D model. Once you share your PR3D location on-line, others can experience it almost as if they're there on location. There is no better way to market a location to the film industry, and there’s no better way for the film industry to choose one - then use it. PR3D is location realism on demand. Innovative and high-impact.

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Why PR3D?

PR3D virtual view
PR3D Floor Plan View

WITH PR3D, FILMMAKERS CAN SCOUT A LOCATION ON-LINE AND DETERMINE THAT IT'S RIGHT FOR THEIR PRODUCTION.

Until now, the film location selection process has been based heavily on a 2D model: a series of still photos. Productions rely on a collection of photos of a location to make the determination about whether that location is suitable for the production. If they believe it might be, they will typically have to visit the location themselves or hire a scout (or both) to make the final decision.

Even if a video of a location exists, it typically does not do the location justice. A video is often seen in a negative light because the director and/or producer does not want to be influenced by someone else’s view of that location, nor of how someone else has decided to hold the camera.

Consequently, filmmakers, producers, set designers, art departments, and location scouts must rely heavily on time-consuming, on-site physical and technical inspections of the locations they are considering as well as of the locations that have already been selected.

Reel-Scout’s “Production-Ready” 3D models are changing all that. Our PR3D models let viewers visit the space from almost every location angle possible. From wherever they are, viewers will feel as if they're at the location itself without having to leave the comfort of their own office or home. The models are online and can be viewed on any computer, mobile phone, or tablet. It's even possible to plan basic filming logistics just by viewing the PR3D models.