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3 d modeling types and methods of application

This presentation describes 3d modeling and its types and methods.

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3 d modeling types and methods of application

  1. 1. 3D MODELING - TYPES AND METHODS OF APPLICATION
  2. 2. 3D MODELING. MAIN PURPOSE • Even if you are not working in the 3D modeling industry, you need to understand the types of 3D modeling. The reason is simple - you want the ordered images to look as good as possible, so you need to know which type is best for your projects. • Here are just a few of the many uses of CGI (computer-generated imagery, computer-generated images) that require certain types of 3D modeling. • To familiarize yourself with many of the terms that will be mentioned later, read the brief list of 3D modeling terms - this way you will not only learn something new but also greatly simplify communication
  3. 3. 3D MODELING IN ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION • This is the most common and easy way to use 3D models. If the marketing department needs images for catalogs or any other promotional materials, this is where they need a 3D visualization of the product. • These images, despite the fact that they are mostly infallible (since there are only a few rules that a 3D modeler must follow), take a long time to become great. Of all the types of 3D modeling, there are several that are used for this sphere. • Depending on the expected quality of 3D models, you can use polygon modeling, spline (NURBS) or 3D modeling. The first one is faster and cheaper, but its level of detail is limited by the number of polygons (more polygons — smaller details). • NURBS is simpler than polygonal modeling, but it is limited in terms of the types of things that can be created with it, specializes in basic
  4. 4. 3D MODELS FOR ADVERTISING. EXAMPLE
  5. 5. SIMULATION FOR VR AND AR • Thanks to VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) technologies that revolutionize marketing, there is a high demand for the production of 3D models compatible with virtual reality and augmented reality programs. • Currently, of all types of 3D modeling, this is considered one of the most difficult - 3D models must be flexible and not have “blind zones”. • You can also use polygon modeling here, but it should be more subtle. Here are NURMS, or surface modeling units. This is the same as the good old PM, but each polygon is subdivided (hence the name) into smaller surfaces, making objects smoother, making them more realistic and flexible - just what developers need to fill their VR programs and AR. • What about 3D sculptures? These three-dimensional models take up much more storage space and require more processing power, which makes them unsuitable for interactive use. • In this article, https://tsymbals.com/blog/augmented-reality-for- architects/ you can find more information about AR for architects.
  6. 6. SIMULATION FOR VR AND AR
  7. 7. MODELING FOR 3D PRINTING • As mentioned earlier, there are many uses for 3D models, and they are not limited to visualization only. • 3D printing is a relatively recent industry that already promises much more than insignificant paraphernal production. Electronic devices, entire buildings, and even functional organs — this amazing invention revolutionized manufacturing as a whole. • Thus, it can actually be used to optimize production and, most importantly, for cheap prototyping. 3D printers cannot create without any drawings, so they need 3D models in order to “know” what to do. • The types of three-dimensional modeling that are most common in this exercise are polygonal modeling for simpler objects and three- dimensional modeling for more complex ones.
  8. 8. PRINTED 3D MODELS
  9. 9. THANK YOU FOR THE ATTENTION!

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