How do you add a ‘wow’ factor to a major bid or proposal where carbon saving is important? That was the dilemma facing a global IT company who approached us to enhance a major bid to a UK Government Department.
In response we quickly created a collection of images that enabled their project on carbon savings to ‘come alive’. The images use the Real World Visuals data visualisation approach by showing volumes of carbon dioxide as stacks of one tonne bubbles. The use of real buildings, such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament were relevant to the target audience and draw on people's day to day experience of the world. The use of these real-life scaling objects brings a better sense of scale and relativity to the carbon dioxide bubbles.
Often we produce various angles of a scene for our clients. In this image, for example, we use an eye level perspective to enable the viewer to relate to the visualisation and information in the image from a bodily point of view.
Real World Visuals now has the capability to produce this kind of image set - showing any CO2 amount - for less than £1,000 in a matter of days. Contact email@example.com for an initial chat and quotation.