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3D Models and Their Uses

By John Enrique Arturo

3D or three dimensional models are used for a variety of purposes. Surgeons and filmmakers are only two of the many professions that use 3D models on a regular basis. 3D models are created by mapping various coordinates in a 3D space.

Medical professionals use detailed 3D models of organs to teach medical students, outline and plan surgical intervention as well as demonstrate procedures to students and patients. Plastic surgeons use detailed software to create 3D models of the body to demonstrate a "before and after" to the potential patient.

There are two types of 3D models: Solid and Shell. Solid models define the volume of the 3D model are solid, such as piece of stone. Solid 3D models may be used in many engineering models. They are used for simulations that are non-visual. Shell 3D models are more diverse and contain the outer layer, and represent the surface of a 3D model. Shell 3D models are used within film making and video game creation to allow the user to manipulate the model as needed.

3D models have many benefits over traditional 2D models, such as: the flexibility that is offered with the use of 3D models - we can change angles, or create animated imaged much quicker than using two dimensional models. 3D models combined with software enable us to make instant calculations. This is one of the reasons why 3D models are increasing in popularity with earth scientists and engineers. Lastly, 3D models allow us to have a concise picture of an object which allows for higher levels of accuracy when building, designing or figuring. Additionally, 3D models have the benefit of becoming easily animated to see all facets of a structure or object. It is this feature, the ability of 3D models to be turned on a sphere, from the middle point that has increased the functionality of the renderings.

3D Model use in Graphic Design

3D models are used widely in graphic designs that contain 3D animations. A graphic is created by a coordination of points on a chart. A model does not become a graphic until it has been visually displayed by animation and rendering. There are three parts to creating a 3D model within a graphic design. First, 3D modeling occurs in which a shape is given to an object using the coordination points. These points are graphed onto a chart. In the case of graphic designs, the majority of models will be shell models which can be easily manipulated for size and shape.

Next, layout and animations occur which give can give movement to the object within its scene. Next comes the process of rendering, rendering the 3D object refers to creation of images from that particular object. This particular step gives the spacing between the image and the scene in which it is found it with by special measurements. Layout determines how the object is going to move over time, and if any change will occur within the object.

Rendering is the process in which the animation is taken from a 3d model to a graphic. It includes the visualization of an image that can be manipulated with style or light. Rendering has two basic processes: these are, scattering and transport. Scattering defines how the surface of the object will interact with the light and transport defines the process of how light will get to one place or another. There are two ways that a 3D image can be implemented into a software program. It can be created by the program, or another design program, or the image can be scanned into the computer with scanning software.

After a model has been rendered, it is easily transformed to 2D to ease the editing process, but the process of creating a 3D model from a 2D means the three step creation process must occur; (modeling, layout and rendering).

3D Model Use in the Medical Field

More than likely, the most familiar 3D models in the medical field can be seen on a visit to the local Doctor's office. Within that office there are 3D structures of organs, from the heart and lungs to the digestive or skeletal system. These models are used for teaching anatomy or medical students, or used to demonstrate abnormality, disease or procedures to patients. Although the organs lie inside the body, the 3D models give the patient an opportunity to visualize the organ in the correct manner.

Software has made it possible for surgeons to create surgical plans, and be assisted throughout the procedure. Specific software renders 3D images of the organs that are to be operated upon. These medical 3D models are accurate in size and shape but some also in detail - even texture. The models are created as similar to organs as possible. This feature allows surgeons to learn, before assisting with a procedure on a human body, to know the feel of an organ. Specific textures and materials are used to create 3D heart models, as the heart is certainly not made from hard plastic. Some specialists, such as plastic surgeons render 3D models to allow the patient to visualize the results of specific surgeries. In this process, a picture is taken of the patient, or, a personalized 3D model is created through the use of software based on specific measurements and coordinates to create the desired changes, and visualize these changes - instantly!

3D models have become valuable teaching tools. Many websites allow the user the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the inner working of organ through 3D models. These models are beneficial to students in a secondary school level, all the way to students in a Medical Doctor program. The accuracy is pristine and the renderings allow familiarity, and are easier to learn than a two dimensional image on a page.

Phases the Architectural Service Renders

By Runi Calman

The construction business, world wide is totally dependent on the various architectural services offered by reputed companies. Advancement in technology has enabled us to virtually realize the entire finish of our dream home before starting the spade work on the site.

3D modeling is considered as the back bone of the architectural industry. It helps to correlate with the client due to the ability to move around360 degrees. The design can be viewed in any angle to get the correct perception of the design. Moreover the interior and the exterior design with the 3D furniture modeling give a true perspective of the finished product.

Design is the most popular and highly appreciated technique that creates plans for customized houses, residential needs, for huge buildings, modern interior and exterior design, and the layout of the furniture's. The advanced tools render accuracy in designing the landscape.

Drafting deals in formatting designs from sketches. They are provided by using sophisticated software like CAD, Auto sketch and ADT to design the foundation, the building, the roof plan and the wall section with the window details and the elevation is covered. Images on lighting, furniture design and site lay out is provided.

Drawings are used to enhance the visualization and presentation of plan to help the client to understand the design. It can be used for any type of building like the residential, commercial, and industrial or any other structure.

Revit services are used to achieve perfect accuracy and for instant revising of drafting, drawing, rendering and modeling. Another important aspect of the rendering services is the precision to detail in 3D texturing and play of light in visual images.

Architectural services are provided by sophisticated software. For more insight on providers of credible browse on to architectural services.

3D Architecture Interior Modeling's Role in Architecture Industry

By Mike N Thomas

3D architecture interior modeling is an essential part of any Architecture project. Whether it is an industrial building, commercial building or residential building, 3D architecture interior modeling plays an important role to make it better and effective. Accurate 3D architecture interior models are therefore highly preferred in Architecture Industry.

Basically 3D -architecture interior -modeling is a sub part of 3D -architecture modeling. Here main aim is to develop accurate 3-D interior models of building structure. How your building's interior will look, what to change and what not to change, what should be done to make it better - all these queries are obvious when you are planning to construct a building. 3D- architecture- interior- modeling thoroughly clarifies all these above mentioned queries in the form of 3-D interior architecture models.

As mentioned, 3D architecture- interior -modeling gives accurate 3D interior models of building. These models play a role of a template design of proposed building. According to this, one can easily visualize whole building interiors concepts and can plan decent construction techniques. Also if some changes are required, then modification can be done quite easily as per requirements to get best feasible solutions.

3D -architecture interior modeling is a specialized part of architecture industry and requires expert professionals to perform it properly. 3D interior -modeling experts have thorough knowledge of 3D architectural modeling and have proficiency in using latest 3D interior- modeling software. With such knowledge and proficiency, they can give accurate most 3D -architecture -interior models as per latest modern terminologies.

3D architecture -interior modeling has wide range of utilities. It is very useful in 3D interior rendering, 3D interior designing, 3D max interior design, 3D furniture modeling, 3D office interior modeling and many more.

Why 3D Rendering Animation Design and Modeling?

By Mike N Thomas

3D animation industry is one of the most challenging and innovative fields today. Lots of opportunities and creativity are there in 3D architectural animation industry. To remain on top in 3D animations, it is advisable to be in touch with latest techniques and skills in the market. So many new techniques have emerged in 3D architectural animation industry, but 3D rendering animation design and modeling is the most popular of all.

3D architectural animation design and rendering animation is quite popular due to certain reasons. It is the most recent technique with wide range of utilities. It is easy to implement as well as more useful than any other technique. 3D - rendering animation design can be defined as the process of creating or moving images of different objects. It is the unique combination of 3d architectural rendering and 3d animations design.

3D computer graphics are widely used to perform accurate 3-D rendering animations design. 3D computer graphics use 3d representation of different models and related respective 3d images. When you see 3D animations prepared using such graphics, you will get best results in real time views. 3D frames of 3d images run one after another to develop an illusion of an animated movie. In short, sequence of such 3D images is the main area of concern in 3D rendering animations design and modeling.

3-D rendering animation design is quite useful in so many areas; some of them are as follow:

o 3D Modeling Animation
o 3D Graphics Animation
o 3D Design Animation
o 3D Animation Rendering
o Architectural 3D Animation and Rendering Design
o 3D - Animation Movies
o 3D Animation Presentations
o 3D Animation Images

With so many such functionalities, 3d rendering -animation design is more popular than any other techniques.


The higher the building the lower the morals.
Noel Coward

The interior of the house personifies the private world; the exterior of it is part of the outside world.
Stephen Gardiner

The loftier the building, the deeper must the foundation be laid.
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The Romans were not inventors of the supporting arch, but its extended use in vaults and intersecting barrel shapes and domes is theirs.
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The work of art shows people new directions and thinks of the future. The house thinks of the present.
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Those who look for the laws of Nature as a support for their new works collaborate with the creator.
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