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CGI specialist enters the aircraft interior market

ETL Visual Services, a computer graphics, videography and stills photography specialist, is now offering its services to the aerospace sector. The company creates computer-generated imagery (CGI), particularly highly detailed renditions of interior finishes, for use at the design stage.

The company says its output is useful for demonstrating the feasibility of proposed ideas, through the visualization of models with realistic lighting effects and textures. As well as showcasing features and effects that can be difficult to show by other means, ETL Visual Services says virtual representations enable design flaws or limitations to be identified quickly.

The company can also take its services on the road, to its customers’ facility or elsewhere, because it has a mobile studio including a desktop infinity wall.

“ETL Visual Services has developed its craft within what is arguably the most demanding of all sectors, providing high-quality output to government agencies, law enforcement services and corporates around the world,” said Jack Howell, company spokesperson. “We believe this is going to be especially important to this market, where designs of interiors are a key marketing element involving major investment decisions.”

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