What does rendering mean?

What is Rendering?

In 3D design, rendering is the final visualization that shows how a project might appear in reality. It's different from 3D modeling, which creates the object, while rendering brings it to life with realistic effects. Rendering uses computer-stored 3D data to produce a lifelike image, incorporating elements of photography and cinematography for lighting and setting. There are two main rendering types: offline (traditional, slower) and real-time (faster, preferred by designers for its efficiency).

Real-time rendering

Real-time rendering updates instantly as the model is edited, offering quick visualization ideal for video game design and other applications. It's fast, accurate, and efficient, allowing designers to see changes immediately, streamlining the design process. This method integrates modeling and rendering, reducing the need for separate teams. A powerful graphics card is essential to support the various elements involved.
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