The TurnAvisual from RPC Superfos is claimed to be easy to use, while reducing costs and speeding up time-to-market.
After selecting the container from an online library, just a few clicks allows the designer to generate a draft depicting their artwork as it will look on the finished pack. Then it can be shared immediately with others online.
Making the application available on smartphones and tablets means users don’t even have to be in front of the computer to contribute their views. It is free to RPC Superfos customers.
RPC’s product design manager Torben Noer says: “Within moments you get a revolving visualisation of your packaging in 3D. Your 3D files can be shared on mobile devices using dedicated apps or simply as 3D portable document format files. This is an extremely fast way to share creations with others and invite feedback.
“With TurnAvisual we have a great platform for brand owners and designers to come together virtually, while working on the decoration of our packaging.”
The system is claimed to be secure and confidential information can be hidden or access restricted.
Contact: RPC Superfos