Renderpeople offers a diverse portfolio of lifelike and easy to use 3D People for renderings. Download and test our free 3D People below to convince yourself of the great quality and usability of Renderpeople products.
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Renderpeople creates lifelike and easy-to-use 3D People for CGI professionals. Take your renderings to the next level.
3D People are photorealistic human 3D models. Using them is the easiest and most realistic way to populate your 3D environments. 3D People are used for archviz, visual effects, VR or AR applications, games, previsualization and print media. They offer numerous benefits that make them superior to 2D cut-out people.
Renderpeople uses state-of-the-art 3D scanning technique to capture real human models. Scanning guarantees 3D People the highest level of detail and realism. With our 250 DSLR camera setup, Renderpeople owns one of the most advanced photogrammetry 3D scanners in the world.
Yet scanning is only one part of our 3D People creation pipeline. After scanning, each Renderpeople model is manually processed and optimized by specialized 3D artists to ensure that the geometry and high-resolution 8K textures are clean and faultless. This enables Renderpeople to provide high-quality 3D scans that look as realistic and vivid as real human beings.
All 3D People by Renderpeople are specifically designed for CGI professionals with a frequent need to deliver lifelike visualizations under strict time constraints. That's why Renderpeople offers easy-to-use and ready-to-render 3D People, a huge time and money saver in any production environment.
Our 3D People come with pre-built materials for all common 3D software and renderers, which can be used without investing any further time and effort. Of course, if required, adjustments can still be made easily with just a few clicks. We attach alpha masks for simple material separation and color changes. You can learn more about this on our YouTube channel.