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3D Modeling

We are currently living in the world of Web 2.0 but we are entering a new phase of evolution, Web 3.0. It is more intelligent, immersive and utilizes Augmented and Virtual Reality to change the way we interact with the world. With our photorealistic rendering of images and data in 3D, you can give your customers more power and luxury when it comes to purchase decisions. Being able to bring anything from print or a mere screen to a life-like 3D model, a user can shop for furniture to new sneakers from the comfort of their home.

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3D Modeling

What is it

We are currently living in the world of Web 2.0 but we are entering a new phase of evolution, Web 3.0. It is more intelligent, immersive and utilizes Augmented and Virtual Reality to change the way we interact with the world. 3D modeling is a technique in computer graphics for producing a 3D digital representation of any object or surface.

Both VR and to some extent AR are nothing without 3D modeling. To fill a virtual world and have it look real, we need to populate it in a way that it looks and feels real. And that’s where 3D modeling plays a vital role.

How it works

The process for 3D modeling begins with a skeleton made up of points. The points connect to form polygons, which make up the mesh. The higher the polygon count on the skeleton, the more realistic our model will look. The 3D artist generates some type of primitive like a cube, sphere or plane. The primitive is just a starting shape to begin modeling. The artist builds upon this basic form and manipulate it using various modeling tools.

To transform a shape into a surface model, we cover all the sides with opaque or translucent surfaces. Whether wood or marble, a high-quality texture is important to make the object look real. Although you can see three planes on the front, it is important to create all six planes to make it as realistic as possible when you interact with the shape, like rotating it. For a solid model, you can add more data points such as materials and tensile strength of the frame, making an even more realistic model.

Once a model of an object is built, it is then dropped into the real world using AR, where the device will calibrate the light source and render the light onto the model. However, with a VR scene, we manually build and render the lighting beforehand. We specialize in building cross platform models that can be used in AR, VR, Web, iOS and Android.

Use cases

Our 3D models can be used for a variety of mediums including video games, movies, architecture, illustration, engineering, and commercial advertising. With our photorealistic rendering of images and data in 3D, you can give your customers more power and luxury when it comes to purchase decisions. Being able to bring anything from print or a mere screen to a life-like 3D model, a user can shop for furniture to new sneakers from the comfort of their home.

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