At Tessellate, we are fans of creating first-person fly-throughs for every design. Fly-throughs are a virtual but accurate model of a design that includes physical, media, and software elements. This helps the design team to collaboratively bring a concept to life from each discipline and see it all come together. This process improves the overall design. Fly-throughs also allow our clients visualize the space, scale, and details of a project. And for media and print graphics, animated fly-throughs help differentiate between static and dynamic displays. Most recently our fabulous design team put together a fly-through of the National Airmail Museum Concept, which can be seen below.
Learn more about the National Airmail Museum here.