Lime Lingo: 3D Rendering


IMG_2604What is 3D Rendering?

3D rendering by definition is the process of producing an image based on three-dimensional data stored within a computer. An easy way to think about 3D rendering is to relate it to taking an actual picture. 3D rendering has to do more with the camera than anything else.

The Process

Once the 3D model has been made and everything has been positioned, lit up, animated and simulated, all that needs to be done is take the picture or render. Similar to the way a photographer would click the button on the camera after staging all of the elements around the subject to get a picture, designers have to render to translate all of the virtual bits in the 3D virtual world into some form of output that people will see. This usually comes in the form of either a video or a still image. However, unlike regular photography, the scenes that are being photographed are imaginary, and everything appearing in a 3D rendering needs to be created in the computer before it can be rendered. This is a huge amount of work, but it allows for an almost infinite amount of creative control over what shows up in the scenes.

Why you need a 3D Rendering?

A Photo-realistic 3D rendering is a great way to develop your product virtually before spending money on prototypes. These 3D renderings give you an accurate look at how the prototype will look. They are also great for creating a compelling presentation for investors and marketing.

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