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3D rendering

Following is a summary of the 3D content in this encyclopedia.

Stereoscopic 3D Using Glasses
See anaglyph 3D, active 3D, polarized 3D, 3D glasses and 3D visualization.

Stereoscopic 3D Without Glasses
See lenticular 3D, parallax 3D and 3D visualization.

Stereoscopic 3D Stills
See stereoscope.

Stereoscopic 3D Immersion
See virtual reality.

3D Computer-Aided Design
See CAD.
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Visualization of the model, therefore, requires special software (and the GPUs again) to handle this vast amount of data, yet enables virtual "dicing and slicing" and 3-D rendering for optimum analysis (Figures 1 to 3).
Several units on the market can yield 3-D imaging, but the author has founded a company that developed a more versatile advanced system for 2-D to 3-D rendering, offering advantageous parameters beyond those of present-day systems.
Another possibility: You could scan your living room to make a 3-D rendering. Then, when you're out furniture shopping, take a picture and digitally insert the product into the rendering to see if it fits.
released its Actius RD3D notebook with nearly identical 3-D rendering capabilities.<p>The Actius RD3D was targeted at biotech researchers, car designers and architects.
The third edition of this textbook on 3-D rendering in computer animation has been expanded to include new programming algorithms and shading technologies that have been introduced in recent years.
The 3-D rendering of the prostate is done via a transperineal approach using a 5-mm grid.
High-end graphic effects: The Windows Aero interface makes this operating system visually engaging with 3-D rendering and animation.
Featuring benefits such as Swept Surface, NC/Conversational Merge, Select Surface Finish Quality, and Advanced Verification Graphics with Solid 3-D Rendering, WinMax also includes an upgrade to the flat panel screens on the machines with dual-screen controls.
VectorWorks Architect II is available for both PCs and Macs, with pricing starting at $1,295; pricing with RenderWorks for 3-D rendering is $1,645.
With support for 4GB of memory, seven bays and seven slots, the Compaq Evo Workstation W8000 is a high-performance, expandable solution powerful enough for the most demanding MCAD, CAE, 3-D rendering, animation, video editing, or GIS applications.
The new version permits file-naming, image storage, and a 3-D rendering tool adds dimension and color to 2-D images by enhancing grayscale values.
This has been a fantastic bonus for engineers and scientists who do not have access to high-performance, inexpensive 3-D rendering hardware.