Testori Interiors uses 3D computer graphics to design its range of aircraft and railway interiors - one of relatively few to do so, claims area manager Gregory Wolf.
"We have been using it for about a year," says Wolf, "and it's now a key part of our business."
Customised interiors are designed as 3D virtual reality mock-ups. The graphics are such high-resolution that differences in texture as well as the subtlest of shade changes show up easily.
Customers can choose from an infinite palette of colours and materials to find the look and feel to suit them.
Fitting of the Aero LET L610G is just one of Testori's recent prestige contracts. The Milan-based interiors manufacturer, exhibiting its wares in Hall 5/D8, is part of the INT & TEK Group.
Source: Flight Daily News