Photorealistic 3D images upload your design and hit render

Custom labels

WebLabel 3D is the perfect tool for creating product shots and prototype design from high quality 3D models.

Advanced 3D models

Labels automatically wraps around any 3D model in you library and is as easy as uploading a image and press "render".

Extreme level of detail

Industrial product processing techniques such as engraving and embossing is solved beautifully.

Materials of all sorts

The demand for ultimate realism in WebLabel - so should you. We handle lots of different model materials.

Furniture even!

Fabric and other variations of patterns are easy to try out on models, and makes prototyping fast and effective!

Camera effects

WebLabel 3D make use of the traditional studio and camera techniques (Depth of field, light, reflectors, aperture and more).

Impossible prototyping

Some products are just too hard to make a physical dummy of, and to get the best impression of your design. WebLabel solves this easily!

What is WebLabel 3D

A tool for creating product shots and prototype design from high quality 3D models. Choose your pre made 3D model, upload your design label and hit render.

Why 3D and not photography?

Get a unison profile on all images within a product collection, and render images yourself at any time you would like. Freedom at a lower cost than studio photography.

Try the demo right now

In a short while we will release a free demonstration tool for creating a set of product shots. This tool will be available around mid June, so stick around and follow us on Twitter for coming updates and WebLabel news.

Product photo continuity

Product photo continuity

With WebLabel 3D, your camera angles and light setup will be the same time after time and you are guaranteed continuity within your set of product shots. Additions to a series of similar physical product shapes are done in a few minutes time. 80 percent of the products in press and web marketing by out client Proteinfabrikken are done with the use of WebLabel 3D.

Materials of all kind

Materials of all kind

It is often dificult to make a physical or photo manipulated prototype of your product with it’s label. We know this by years of experience. That is why we have added support for a number of different material properties – Such as glossy, brushed and even anisotropic metal. Additionally we have the more traditional materials such as plastic, thin film transparency, embossing and lots of other great materials.

Advanced products for prototyping

Advanced products for prototyping

It is not only simple product shapes that WebLabel 3D can visualise. Among cases we have done for clients we find furniture with the ability to change fabric, colour and advanced patterns. We have also extended the use of WebLabel 3D for producing different combinations of furniture sets for mass production of 2.5 milions(!) sofa combinations.

Print on metal

Print on metal

With metal material products it is always a challenge to get the desired reflections in the photo. With WebLabel 3D you can pre define the reflection and the amount of it – just like any traditional photo studio. You will always be able to render your products with the same studio preset and be sure to get the same studio results every time, and the rigging is already done. You can also control different areas on your label to be more of less glossy (specular mapping).

Preset camera angles

Preset camera angles

By pre defining sets of different camera angles and light setup, you can build an exciting series of product shots for various marketing needs. Having a library of various angles and camera scenes is a great resource, especially for graphic designers where some product shots fits the brochure or catalogue design better than other.

Ready for animation and interactivity

Ready for animation and interactivity

WebLabel 3D is customised to generate high resolution product images, but the areas within 3D models are much greater than still images. We are constantly exploring broader use of the already existing 3D products, and we are working on video output and image sequencing. The modern web browser are also starting to support 3D models directly, so that in the future we will be able to rotate and zoom 3D models.