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WHAT IS 3D DESIGN AND WHAT IS IT USED FOR?

Updated: Aug 23, 2021

3D design is a technique used in computer graphics to produce a 3D digital representation of any object or surface. An artist uses special software to manipulate points in the virtual realm (called vertices) to create a network: and this is a collection of vertices that form an object. These 3D objects can be created automatically or manually by deforming the mesh, otherwise manipulating the corners.


The 3D modeling process produces a fully animable digital object, making it an important process for Character Animation and special effects. The core of a model is the network, which is best decoded as a combination of points in states. These points are mapped into a 3D grid and combined as polygonal shapes, usually triangles or quadrants. Each point or Vertex has its own position on the grid, and the surface of an object is created by combining these points into shapes.


Models are often transferred to other software for use in games or movies. But some 3D modeling programs allow the creation of 2D images using a process called 3D processing. This technique is great for creating hyper-realistic scenes using sophisticated lighting algorithms


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