For the last 20 years, the mining industry has used many types of 3D visualization and 3D animation to explain and visualize its underground and open pit projects.
A junior mining company could use 3D animation to attract potential investors by visualizing its underground ore bodies to showcase the size of its reserve and resources.
A midcap mining company could use 3D animation to show its expansion plans for their mining facility.
A large cap or a multinational mining company could use 3D animation to accurately represent the project and explain its plan to concerned local communities and governments.
A mining 3D visualization is a perfect tool to show and visualize future plans, and to show underground resources that wouldn’t be possible to show with any other technology.
For the general public and non-technical individuals, reading and recognizing technical data and information that a qualified geologist or mining engineer can understand is almost impossible.
3D visualization and 3D animation can help explain complex engineering projects to a non-technical audience. Examples of the use of 3D visualizations in mining industries are: