The process of rendering 3D models commonly referred to as 3D visualization of products is a method that produces photographs that are non-photorealistic or photorealistic using 3D models made using special software. The resulting product is known as the 3D product render.
The most significant advantage of 3D product rendering is the ability to envision the final product before it's even been made.
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Also, it can be rendered in the form of color variations, with various angles, in any of and varieties of environments either in isolation or as groups of objects in front or side and top, closeup, and cross-sectional views!
In this way, advertisers can launch their advertisements earlier, manufacturers can view precisely what their product appears like, and companies can test the market before launching.
How are 3D renders made?
The process of rendering 3D is comprised of various stages that incorporate creative and technical aspects. The most important stages include:
Modeling is the method of creating a model mathematically representing an object with three dimensions by using 3D software. The product that is created is known as the 3D model.
Texturing: The application to apply CG texture to objects in 3D
Lighting: Planning sources of light and creating the lighting scheme
Setting the camera's view: The method of setting camera view angles
CG Rendering: The method of changing three-dimensional models, scenes, and even 3D objects to 2D images by using software for computers;
Post-production: Altering and editing renderings and adding visual effects with image editing programs typically Adobe Photoshop.