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Product & Process Visualization for Witness/Team Speaker Support and Jury Education.

Our Story

Founded in 1988, Nash Immersive focuses on Product/Process Visualization for marketing, training, and speaker support.  We focus on creating visualizations that communicate the uniqueness and often difficult-to-explain features of products and processes.

We are story tellers, visual story tellers.  Since 1988 we have created thousands of animations demonstrating everything from toxic waste spills to how gummy bears are made, from  the world’s largest mining truck to microscopic anti reflective coatings used on silicon wafers.

Clear product and process visualizations lead to…

Knowledge Visualization – The use of visual representations to improve knowledge transfer.

Use Product/Process Visualization when filming is not possible or does not clearly show uniqueness or similarity to another product/process.

Why Use Nash Immersive

People are constantly exposed to high quality graphics in games, TV, movies and online.   Poor quality animation can distract and negatively affect a viewer’s perception of a product.

We combine the attention to detail of an engineer with the artistic eye of a Hollywood director.

The result captures and holds a viewer’s attention without distraction and allows them to fully understand complex concepts.

We did not hang our shingle yesterday.

We began creating product and process visualization in 1988.

We have created thousands of animations giving us the experience not only to know how to best use visualization technology to convey complicated concepts, but also how to handle issues that may arise to stay on target and schedule.

Animation Animate (an-ih-m8) v. 1. to give life to. 2. to inspire; heighten in power of effect. 3. stimulate.

Use Product Visualization To Show:

  • Product that does not exist yet.
  • How parts come together.
  • Focus, by hiding unessential parts.
  • Inner workings by cut-away method.
  • Fly-through of interior.

Use Process Visualization To Show A Process That:

  • Is obscured.
  • Is too hazardous to film.
  • Happens too fast or slowly.
  • Is too large to see all at once.
  • Is too small to see.

FAQs

  • Animations/visualizations are generally considered visual aids to support witness testimony just like charts, graphs or photographs.  

Contact Us Have Questions

Whether you’ve never used animation and want to know more or you have worked with other studios successfully (or unsuccessfully) and would like Nash Immersive’s input on an existing project’s visualization challenges, we would be happy to talk to you.

Let us know if simply animation will help you achieve your goals, or one of our other immersive technologies would also be useful to you.

Studio – (404) 462-5200

info@AnimationForLitigation.com

“A picture is worth a thousand words… a 34 second animation is a thousand pictures, you do the math.”

Kirk O. Nash – Founder and Digital Visualization Director  Nash Immersive, Inc.