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Previsualization

Previsualization, or previz, is the process of visually preplanning products and workflows before prototyping begins. Discover how to plan, build, and responsibly execute projects using animatics, sketches, and 3D rendering in industries as diverse as special effects, photography, and business modeling.
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  • view course page for The Power of PreViz at One & Co

    The leaders of One & Co, an industrial design firm that creates products from touch phones to sporting goods and furniture, share their insights and expertise in previsualizing successful design concepts.

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  • view course page for The Power of PreViz at BMW Group DesignworksUSA

    Author and designer Dane Howard asks DesignworksUSA, a global design firm that consults for the BMW Group, to share their insight and expertise in previsualizing successful design concepts.

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