No Chrome, no Gloss, Just a Shoe Insole.

by | Apr 15, 2014 | 0 comments

Klaus Rosburg, founder of SONIC Design stopped by the KeyShot forum today and shared some of the new work from the Brooklyn based design firm. KeyShot is used in a variety of ways throughout the product development process, for final product imagery many times, but also to explore the possibilities.


“[KeyShot] was an integral part of our product development to illustrate the final design, explore materials and colors, as well as for the creation of stimuli for qualitative market research.”

Check out some other work he shared on the forum and read about SONIC Design and Klaus in our interview with him here.

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