3D Models for Powerpoint
Captivate your audience with our collection of 3D Models for Powerpoint, tailored to work-friendly themes. Easily insert your own text or simply copy these 3D models into your existing presentations with just a few clicks.
Use this slide to strongly open your presentation and retain your audience's attention. To support this unique slide with words, ask an open-ended question, tell a story that's relevant to the point you are delivering or make a bold statement.
Use this slide to create a "Mind Map." "Mind Map" is a tool to brainstorm and organize your thoughts when developing an idea. Creating one in PowerPoint is easy and 3d models will come handy for making mind maps more visually rich.
3D models are also great for introducing problem-solution scenarios to your stakeholders. Use this slide to visually communicate effective ideas that will soothe your audience's pain points. Video backgrounds also serve this purpose well.
This selection of fully animated 3D models is designed to be appropriate for your everyday business needs. They add more visual excitement to your presentations while maintaining a professional undertone. You can insert your own text content into these slides, or alternatively, copy-paste the models into an existing slide and adjust sizes and positions however you prefer. Graphics from this deck can be used to state your values and mission, global presence, the plan to bridge the gap between your current and your potential state of business, your sales funnel, financial performance, performance and metrics, productivity and efficiency, meeting agenda, growth trajectory, brainstorming and new ideas, sustainability measures, steps to achieve goals, problem and solution scenarios, customer testimonials and more.
To insert 3D models from a local file (Windows and Mac):
- Save 3D models from our deck on your computer
- You insert 3D models into your files much the same way as other images. On the Insert tab of the ribbon select 3D Models and then From a File.
- Once it's inserted you can use the controls to manipulate the image
- Use the 3D control to rotate or tilt your 3D model in any direction. Just click, hold and drag with your mouse
- Drag the image handles in or out to make your image larger or smaller
- You can still use the rotation handle. To rotate your image clockwise or counter-clockwise, but you'll get a much better experience using the 3D rotation control we talked about above.
Design studio, Concept Design, listed the benefits of using 3D models in presentations on their website. While the experts tied the advantages of adding 3D models to architectural presentations, some of these advantages actually apply across many industries and presentation topics.
1. Realistic, easy and quick
The 3D modeling technology, the experts say, has been a solution to the limitations of horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines of the 2D sketches. "3D modeling brings the design to life, making it more vivid," they state.
2. Better for marketing and project approvals
According to Concept Design, the 3D model presentation is more compelling to a prospect than viewing a 2D drawing because the more realistic picture of a 3D model stays in the brain for a longer period of time. "The better the impression the greater is the chance of winning the customer," the studio's website states.
3. Overcome language barriers
2D designs don't communicate as much information as 3D designs and thus, require more explanation, which, sometimes, leads to miscommunication and misunderstandings. "With the manual comes language barriers. However, understanding a 3D model is much more convenient and realistic, with no language or instruction barrier," the experts say.