3D Animation & Communications Expertise
3D Wave is an Indigenous-owned and operated 3D animation and communications company, owned by Stevens Solutions & Design Inc., which has over 30 years’ experience in operations management, manufacturing, product design, training, marketing, sales, and business development.
We bring together a diverse suite of strengths and experiences—including animation, journalism, manufacturing, engineering, and videography—to ensure your project:
- communicates your message clearly
- connects with your audience
- is technically and scientifically precise
- is easy to use
Along with our 3D animation and technical design services, we have developed an innovative 3D modelling/mapping service, in collaboration with Nova Scotia Community College’s Centre for Geographic Sciences, to communicate climate change impacts (such as sea level rise, coastal storm surge, and fluvial flooding) for:
- EMO personnel
- First Nation communities
- municipal, provincial, and federal government decision makers and policy analysts
President / Co-Founder
A Mi’kmaw born in Nova Scotia, Barry has held positions in both management and engineering roles in advanced development laboratories, anti-submarine warfare product design, HF communications, business development, training, product sales, and production management.
At his last place of employment, he was V.P. of Operations. Since 2001, Barry has supplied communications and custom designs for use in corporate communications, instruction and eLearning, security, defence, government agencies, global corporations, non-profits, and Indigenous organizations.
Lead Developer / Co-Founder
A Mi’kmaw born in Nova Scotia, Noah is an experienced App Developer, Programmer and 3D Artist/Animator. With a background in filmmaking, Noah is known in industry circles for his creative and multidisciplinary skills. Noah’s experience allows 3D Wave to successfully deliver high-quality, cutting-edge products to its clients. In 2012, Noah directed the short film Take the Train Home that was selected for broadcast by the Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC). Noah was also recipient of the William F. White/NSCC Filmmaker award in that year.
After graduating from the University of King’s College in 2013 with a combined honours degree in journalism and international development studies, Leena worked with various media organizations in print, radio, and television. In 2015, she won the award for outstanding news story from the Newspapers Atlantic 43rd annual Better Newspapers Competition. Leena uses her communications expertise to ensure every 3D Wave project stays on message, on target.