Does Your Printer Show You a 3D Rendering of Your Display First? They Should!
In printing and graphics, the beauty in a 3D rendering is that it allows both designer and client to digitally view a display in its realistic form prior to production. As this technology advances, so does the opportunity for us to produce better work, more efficiently, with no unwanted surprises.
3D Rendering at a Glance
In computer graphics, 3D modeling is the process of developing a mathematical representation of any object’s surface in three dimensions using specialized software. The three-dimensional geometrical data stored in a computer serves to perform calculations and render 2D images into a fully functional model for viewing.
How it Works
Beginning with a two-dimensional design drawn on paper, Duggal Visual Solutions’ 3D experts use specialized software to create a rendered scene. 3D models are created using a wireframe, or a three-dimensional skeleton consisting of points and lines. Then, the designer applies textures that recreate real-life surfaces including colors, reflections, and other fine details.
Once a 3D model is textured, it can be rendered from any angle in any situation. The creative freedom to render the object in an infinite range of environments effectively eliminates the need to expend energy on the use of photography or excessive photo retouching.
Who Should Use 3D Rendering Technology?
The new standard among architects, engineers, and graphic designers, 3D rendering allows our clients to preview physical products and displays from any angle. Brands also use 3D renderings to enhance the online shopping experience for consumers.
No matter the application, seeing a truly realistic rendering gives you more confidence and creative control in your project. At Duggal, we want to ensure every element is accurate, every time. Learn more.