Production support and 3D rendering experts, Render Nation, have joined the Sensor City community, having recently taken up residency in a large office suite.

First established in 2005 as a render farm, Render Nation now produces computer generated images, animations, augmented reality (AR) apps and pipeline development for their clients.

Thanks to the combined expertise of high-performance computing and product design, directors Jim Mooney and Dan Thomason’s backgrounds have resulted in a strong mix of creative and technical knowhow within the business.

Render Nation has an impressive client base across a range of industries, including retail, advertising, film, broadcast and architecture. They have undertaken work for high profile companies including Sony, Apple, Nickelodeon and BBC, as well as specific projects for London 2012 Olympic Games and multiple World Cup bids.

The growing SME has also recently been commissioned to undertake a Masterplan design project for Runcorn, which involves combining 3D printed physical models as well as Augmented Reality (AR) technologies.

Now based at Sensor City, Daniel Thomason, Director, said: “We are keen to capitalise on the connections and collaboration opportunities available at Sensor City.

“The building’s central location and the close links with the local universities will be a great advantage to us.”

Render Nation’s team also provide consultancy services for a wide range of projects including High Performance Compute, AR / VR / MR / XR, aerial videography , photogrammetry and research and development (R&D).

Their pioneering funded R&D projects establish practices and procedures in the following commercial domains:

  • Rendering as a service
  • Cloud rendering
  • Virtual reality for visual impact assessments
  • Usage software-based licencing
  • Bandwidth performance for multi-site render queues
  • Geographically aware distributed and emergent storage systems

More information about Render Nation and their services can be found here.

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