We can help you visualise anything, anywhere

We deliver the fastest, most engaging, realistic visual output because we use the real world and our very clever 3D Augmented Reality tools

We deliver services with live on-site visuals or recorded media. This is not isolated virtual reality, this is dynamic mixed-reality and output.  Naturally realistic, always up-to-date and without the need to re-digitise the world, giving cost-effective visualisations solutions across project life-cycles from scoping, through design review to planning engagement.

We can visualise any development in the built environment

We can speed up scoping and real-world integration

We enhance engagement during your planning application

Onsite visualisation

A collaborative Augmented Reality Experience

We can come onsite and show the project. We hold the iPad up and show the new development in the real world.

From £5000 plus VAT for a 2 day experience

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Moving video to show the impact of the project

A videomontage is where a video is created to show the impact of the project. We offer viewpoint, drone or sequential videomontages. For viewpoints, we can create a videomontage showing the way the project will interact with the environment. Using our drone, we can record video footage of the project and then add in the new development. Following a route through a project, we can show the sequential effects of a project.

From £2000 plus VAT per viewpoint

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Still visualisations for printing and submission

A photomontage pack is a set of static images that show the development – we deliver these as PDFs or images. You can provide the images or one of our photographers can visit site and capture photos. These sizes all follow the SNH guidelines for visualisation production. However our visualisations have been produced using Highland Council guidance too.

From £400 plus VAT per viewpoint

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We are experienced augmented reality visualisation experts with clients in planning, renewables, energy and architecture

Don’t imagine what your project will look like – let us actually show you!

Contact us now if you want to see your project in the real world, not a virtual reality

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From the blog

Read our latest new and opinions from the blog

  • Stewart Turner, Head of Roads: Ayrshire Roads Alliance

    Our new Gritter Tracker allows residents to follow our winter maintenance vehicles during periods of severe weather. This is one of many improvements we introduced to engage with our local communities and ensures that they are at the heart of everything we do

    Stewart Turner, Head of Roads: Ayrshire Roads Alliance
  • Becky Rae, Scottish Natural Heritage

    Using the TrueViewVisuals Software I was able to rapidly capture a variety of different visuals in the field. Being able to revisit these images off-site also proved valuable when it came to identifying and discussing the potential visual impacts of the development on the surrounding landscape

    Becky Rae, Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Alasdair Warnock, Green Cat Renewables

    The videomontages produced by TrueViewVisuals are not only innovative, but look stunning also. The HD video allows for a greater appreciation of a development site, giving new perspectives and a realism that cannot be paralleled with static photography.


    Alasdair Warnock, Green Cat Renewables
  • Bernadette Barry, Peel Energy

    The short video of montages we put together pretty much stole the show each day!

    Bernadette Barry, Peel Energy
  • Lizzie Foot, Hoolan Energy

    The visualisations provided gave members of the public great quality and interactive viewpoints. Would highly recommend and can see the benefit for future site visits in the field.

    Lizzie Foot, Hoolan Energy
  • Mary Fisher, LDA Design

    Helps deliver faster, better and more cost effective advice about wind farm design and visual impacts.
    This has been particularly well-received as an aid to viewpoint agreement with consultees and as a means of showing residents the potential view from their homes.

    Mary Fisher, LDA Design