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3D modeling

(1) See 3D printing.

(2) Creating images in the computer by designating and manipulating their width, height and depth. 3D modeling and "3D stereo" are not the same. 3D modeling is used to create images in the computer that may or may not be rendered in stereoscopic 3D, which provides the illusion of real depth (see 3D visualization). See surface modeling, solid modeling and CAD.
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The trend has recently been driven by sophisticated digital image processing algorithms as well as by 3D modelling of objects using specialized autocorrelation software.
Digital photography is the single data source for 3D modelling.
PhotoScan is top-class autocorrelation software for professional-class 3D modelling from at least two static images of the object shot from any camera station.
Our work relates to solution of problem of 3D modelling and simulation of cable bundle as a flexible element.
Key words: welding robots, off-line programming, cable bundle 3D modelling
The welding robot AII-V6 equipped with cable bundle for the MIG/MAG welding method and water-cooled welding torch and big CAD system Solid Works were chosen for verification of proposed way of the cable bundle 3D modelling.
The iPad application allows users of most 3D modelling software packages to connect to 3DVIA.
3D modelling of process flows enables a company to test them before implementing them in reality.
But 3D modelling hasn't changed much in 25 years and its code-base can deter its implementation.
Common 3D modelling requires a high level of craftsmanship from the modeller and each object often has to be approached uniquely in the capture and finishing phases.
Sanyo's CyberModeler product is the first serious capture method that makes 3D modelling a true industrial process, thus offering great economies of scale," continued Pettersson.
SANYO's activity in 3D technology is not limited in 3D modelling.