Multiple product images are not always enough to provide the specific angles a user might need to see in order to confirm their selection. 360 product displays allow for interaction with the product with a 3D feel. This can be implemented across different scenarios. Where identification is the main concern fewer images can be used in order to keep load times to a minimum. However, where higher image quality and detail is required larger image formats with more frames can be used. Here are some examples.
Drag this product image from side to side in order to rotate. This white background and .jpeg format allows for low file sizes and faster load times.
The forklift uses even fewer frames resulting in a lower file size than the tractor but still maintains an interactive feel.
Here we display a sculpture with a transparent background. Although this format comes in larger file sizes it’s transparency allows it to blend right into its surroundings.
This product is itself transparent together with the transparent presentation, creating a great visual effect that adds depth to any product page.
More frames are usefull when the look and feel need to match a more refined presentation. This 3D modeled ring 360 is made up of 32 frames.