Your prospective clients will be fascinated by this very natural, three-dimensional
representation of your work. Most of us have two eyes, not one, and you
work in three dimensions, not two. Using traditional 2D photography to
document our creativity is exceedingly common. Let your clients enjoy
the wonderfully uncommon experience of viewing AccessZ
High-Resolution Stereographs. Your presentations will be unforgettable.
AccessZ High-Resolution Stereographs are enchanting, even irresistible!
It is not unusual to see people literally clinging to the viewer for fear that
you or someone else will pull it away before they're ready. While they are savoring the
details of a very realistic 3D example of your
talent, you'll have their attention - all of it. You will have taken them
to your world and they'll be eager to hear what you have to say about
Nothing else can come closer to allowing your clients to feel as if they are
literally standing in front of your product without actually being there. An AccessZ Portfolio is
so convincing, so "life-like", it empowers your clients'
imagination, allowing them to
envision what you can produce for them.
your office or your clients', in your home or theirs, at trade shows or
seminars, in a taxi or on an airplane, or even in the parking lot of your gym
or grocery store, you can "transport" anyone to your world no matter
where you are! An AccessZ Portfolio is the ultimate in portable,
self-contained presentation tools. Don't forget to bring your business
probability is extremely low that your clients have ever seen anything
approaching the quality of AccessZ High-Resolution Stereographs. In
their quest to capture accurate perspective and the nuances of light and
shadow, the Dutch painters Pieter de Hooch and Jan Vermeer were noted for
using brush strokes so fine they were undetectable at normal viewing
distances. Their goal was to produce images that were, in a word,
believable, and the avoidance of any 'signature' style to their brushwork was
mandatory. This was seen at the time as a somewhat self-effacing
characteristic of their paintings, but has since only proven to bring great
attention to their skill. AccessZ's stereographs evidence a strong
concurrence with de Hooch and Vermeer - in the objectives sought and in the
development and adherence to techniques that meet those objectives. We
don't expect to receive the esteem garnered by the Dutch masters, but AccessZ does share an undeniable kinsman ship in the ideals pursued.
Our techniques deliver stereographic views of unprecedented quality.