See the future with Clik3D.

Scott Bovenizer

Founder, CEO, 3D Design Engineer

Clik3D was founded by Scott Bovenizer, a design engineer with a long history in 3D design and modeling. He began his career designing stealth fighters and bombers using 3D design systems.

From there Scott joined a then-young and blossoming startup in Silicon Valley called Silicon Graphics (SGI). SGI created the first computer systems that could crunch complex real-world algorithms and present the results in realistic imagery and in motion. This technology quickly got into the hands of scientists, engineers, designers, and even Hollywood. In 1995 the first feature-length animated movie to be entirely computer-generated, the Disney Company’s Toy Story, was created with SGI’s computers, followed by The Terminator, The Abyss and Jurassic Park. It was here that Scott learned the intricacies of 3D graphics systems and software, including the vast array of applications that this new technology-enabled.

Expertise in engineering, design, architecture, and 3D modeling form the foundation of Clik3D, a virtual interior and exterior design company that allows anyone to walk through their new home, building or business park before construction begins.

Bruce Wolosin

VP, Finance and Sales

Bruce has 20+ years of management experience in both large corporate environments as well as smaller entrepreneurial startups. His creative and customer-centric approach to business make him an excellent candidate for a growing enterprise.


VP, 3D Visual Technologies

Experienced in the dynamic realm of architectural renderings and 3D modeling, with a proven track record in leading teams to successful project outcomes. Proficient in leveraging cutting-edge technology to bring designs to life, I am adept at both the creative aspects of design and the strategic coordination required for effective team management.

From bathroom remodel to new home design to commercial development, work through all design decisions virtually, prior to building and assure the final project outcome is what you want. 

This eliminates the budget-hungry, time-consuming ECO process (Engineering Change Order). 

Emergency changes during project execution kill the momentum, pushing out the schedule and increasing the required budget. Don’t let that happen.