We create your
first Govie®.

You will receive a ready-to-use application ready for integration into your website. For web-independent work, e. g. on a tablet or PC, we naturally also supply offline versions. Your advantage: Your time! We take care of everything technical for you and ensure that the basis for a movie or interactive 3D model is flawless and looks top. If you wish, we can then make your Govies / your content available to you in the Govie Editor web platform.

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Examples of different Govies


Example packages


from 4.980€

Info 1


  • Checking your CAD data
  • Photorealistic appearance (common materials)
  • 3D navigation (rotate, move, zoom)
  • Mouse and touch operation
  • Simple animations
  • Labels on the object and multilingual info texts
  • Govie Function
  • Your logo, title and colour scheme

from 4.980€


from 8.980€

Info 2


  • All features of the Basic version
  • Reduction of your CAD data without having to cut back on its content
  • More complex texturing of the components
  • More elaborate animations, for example more complex movements or media streams

from 8.980€


from 14.960€

Info 3


  • All features of the Advanced version
  • Reduction of very extensive CAD data including coordination with your design engineers
  • Very small, versatile or unusual texturing of the components
  • Very complex animations with geometrically complex movements or media flows and a strong need for synchronization

from 14.960€


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and special functionalities? Glad to develop
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Model verification

We estimate the expenditure required to prepare your 3D product model.

We take a look at the CAD model of your product and estimate the expenditure involved in preparing the model. The most important steps of model preparation are data reduction, texturing and animation of your product model.

Model reduction

We reduce your 3D product model so that the user can interact with it smoothly.

We reduce the data volume of your 3D product model so that the user can interact with it smoothly on the computer. A very efficient method of data reduction is to delete all parts from the 3D model that do not contribute to the product explanation. Another method is to simplify the radii of curved surfaces.


We give your 3D product model a photorealistic look.

We provide the 3D model of your product with materials and material effects and give it a photorealistic appearance.

Scene setup

We embed the 3D model of your product into a 3D scene.

We place the 3D model of your product on a floor so that it casts shadows and does not float freely in space, and we provide the scene with effective lighting.


On request, we can provide the scene with an environment in the colours of your company (colour gradient).

Your product in action

We animate the 3D model so that the user can experience your product in action.

So that the user can experience your product in action, we provide the 3D product model with all necessary animations. For example, we animate all mechanically moving parts of machines or show the movement of liquids and gases.

Navigation in the 3D scene: rotate, zoom, move

The user can move freely within the 3D scene.

The user can rotate the 3D model of your product to view it from all sides, zoom in close to details, and move the product model to a convenient viewing position.

Show/hide cover

This allows the user to look inside your product.

The user can hide the shell of your product and look inside. This allows them to hide the shell of a machine and look inside it.

Your product in action: switch on and off

The user can start and stop the actions of your product.

For example, if your product is a machine, the viewer can turn the machine on and see how it works. And they can turn it off again.

Your product in action: Increase and decrease speed

The user can increase and decrease the speed of the actions of your product.

For example, they can speed up or slow down the working speed of a machine.

Exploded view

This is how you show the viewer how your product is structured.

This animation type splits the model of your product into its individual parts in a flowing movement. This gives the user an excellent view of how your product is structured.

Labeling Objects with Info Icons

Provide your 3D product model with explanatory and further information.

We add info labels to all components/parts of your product that you wish to provide with explanatory information. If the user clicks or taps on a label, the information appears in an info window. As part of your One4All basic package, you can label six components/parts of your product and provide them with further information. You can also label more parts with the optional extension.

Info window

All explanatory and further information will appear there.

All explanatory and/or further information that you provide about your product appears in the info window. As part of your One4All basic package, you can enter the following information for each part of your product that you label:

  • a short explanatory text: appears directly in the info window,
  • a photo: appears directly in the info window,
  • a PDF document: we place the PDF icon with the file name in the info window, if the user clicks on it, the PDF document opens in the PDF viewer,
  • a video: we place a video icon with the file name in the info window, if the user clicks on it, the video opens in the video player.

Viewer's perspective

We always put your product in the best possible perspective.

If you provide the user with explanatory information on selected components/parts of your product, they should also be able to view the respective component from a favourable perspective. We therefore set up this favourable viewer position for each labelled object. It is characterised by the fact that the relevant component appears large and prominently in the centre of the visualisation.

language selection

Address your customers in their native language.

You can integrate all explanatory and further information in several languages into your One4All. As part of the Advanced and ProfessionAl packages, we offer German and English as standard languages; as part of the Professional package, we also offer two European and two non-European languages as standard. Optionally, you can order additional languages. The user can select their language via the settings menu.

Structure your presentation
in scenes

Tell the story of your product.

You should structure your 3D product presentation into scenes according to the PowerPoint principle. A scene is characterised by the following design elements:

  • In each scene, thematize a different component and/or aspect of your product (e.g. certain assemblies or USPs),
  • Place these components in the centre of the image (for example on a machine, first the drive, then the power transmission, then the tools that perform certain operations),
  • Specify which actions your product should perform within the scene,
  • Add explanatory and further information to the scene,
  • Make sure that the content and sequence of the scenes follow a central theme. The central theme could be, for example, that you guide the user step-by-step through a machining process carried out by a machine in your company, that you highlight the advantages of your machine each time, and finally that you summarise the USPs and give the user your contact details.
    You can divide the presentation into six scenes as part of your One4All basic package. Optionally (for an extra charge) you can order more scenes.

Output of your 3D presentation on VR glasses

Bring the viewer into the 3D scene.

If you can connect VR glasses to the playback device (PC), the user can also view your presentation with them. They then move around in the 3D scene by looking at viewpoints that we place around your product. A special VR version of the GUI allows the use of interaction possibilities using eye contact.

Your company logo

Feel at home in your product visualization.

You can embed your company logo in the GUI header bar at the top of the screen - the logo appears by default on the left side of the header bar.

Title of your 3D presentation

Give “the child" a name.

You can give your presentation a short title. It appears in the centre of the header bar at the top of the screen.

GUI in the color of your company

You can assign your preferred color to the user interface.

Settings and Help Menu

Help your sales staff to optimally control your product visualization.

In the Settings menu, users can control the following features of your One4All:

  • Language: Here the user chooses the language of the GUI element labels, as well as the explanatory and further information in the info window.
  • Virtual reality: The user can activate or deactivate the VR option.
  • Mouse and touch sensitivity of the response to inputs with the mouse or by touch gesture: The user can rotate the 3D model of your product using mouse and touch gestures (rotate function) and zoom in on details (zoom function). High sensitivity means that the rotate and zoom functions react very strongly (i.e. sensitively) to mouse and touch inputs.
  • Background: Here, the user can set the colour of the 3D scene surroundings and decide whether the 3D scene should have a floor or not.

The Help menu tells 3D presentation users what mouse and finger actions they can use to rotate and move your 3D product model, and how they can zoom in on details.

Control of the 3D presentation

The user controls the 3D presentation with the menu at the bottom of the screen.

We have placed the buttons with which the user controls the 3D presentation in the menu bar at the bottom of the screen:

  • Viewpoints 1,2,3,4,5,6: The user can use these buttons to call up individual scenes of your presentation (scenes 1 to 6),
  • Play button: If the user selects the play button, all scenes run one after the other like in a video.
  • Power button: The user switches the animation of your product model on and off (product in action on/off),
  • i-button: With the aid of this button the user decides whether the info labels appear in the 3D scene or not. If the info labels appear in the scene, the user can use them to call up explanatory and further information about the product.
  • Eye button: With the aid of this button the user decides whether the eye icons appear in the 3D scene or not. If the eye icons appear in the scene, the user can use them to hide the shell of your product model and look inside the product.
  • “VR option” button: If the user has connected VR glasses to the output device and selects the “VR option” button, the 3D presentation appears in the VR glasses.

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First you will receive your offer.
Your Govie is depending on the size
ready after 8 – 22 days.

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A transmission or passing on to third parties does not take place.
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