A 3D representation of a product gives the viewer a better perspective and understanding of the parts products consist of or facilities located at a premise.
Here is an example of Herods Temple in Jerusalem that was destroyed in 70 A.D.
3D can be used to visualise almost anything, from the unseeable workings of an atom to the understanding of the vastness and working of the known universe. In this image you can visualise Jerusalem in the 1st century.
Another view of 1st century Jerusalem with the hippodrome and Robinsons's arch in the foreground and Herod's 3 towers in the background. Much of 1st century Jerusalem can be reconstructed in 3D because of accurate descriptions from the historians such as Josephus.