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By visualizing your technology and present it in a comprehensive illustration, animation or presentation, you will generate value at every level. Colleagues, customers and potential investors will grasp your selling point. We offer you to take your linear stories into interactive presentation tools with eye candy fit for your company profile. Let your audience take charge on where the story goes. No more skimming through PowerPoints!
we are conceptualized.tech
It began as an initiative for making research and science easier to grasp while appearing more appealing to the general public. Our passion for creating drove us to provide a professional service to help others with this endeavour. We offer ways of displaying your ideas, products and results through beautiful and informative photos, videos and interactive presentation tools.Contact us to discuss your ideas and how they can be visualized!
Robert BrookeE-mail: robert(a)conceptech.se
Co-founder – Illustrations and hard surface modelling
Robert Brooke has a PhD in materials chemistry and loves creating informative yet beautiful images and animations
Pelle GeivaldE-mail: pelle(a)conceptech.se
Co-founder – Presentation tools, web design and video editing
Pelle Janson is a PhD student in Bioelectronics and loves telling stories no matter through what medium
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