Wireframe model

Wireframe model

In computer graphics, a three-dimensional display consisting of lines or polygons without any surface rendering.
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The underlying digital wireframe model can be subdivided or decimated to produce 3D graphic data of varying surface complexity (the number of polygons used in the wireframe).
Using an appropriately constrained WhittleTM pitshell and a stricter underground wireframe model, the updated mineral resource consists of 826,000 ounces of gold (4.2 million tonnes at 6.16 g/t Au) in the Measured and Indicated category, and 465,000 ounces of gold (2.2 million tonnes at 6.49 g/t Au) in the Inferred category.
At each step, perform a "deep dive" into all visual aspects and properties of an object - rotate the object in real time to search for misplaced vertices, view a wireframe model to check for Level-of-Detail issues (LOD), examine the object's graphics properties, and view both the frame buffer and the depth buffer.
The final process in the creation of the 3D model of a structure is the connection of surfaces to the wireframe model. It is possible to connect real textures directly from the photograph to the wireframe model or to use predefined materials that approximate the real appearance of the structure.
3- dimensional wireframe model (Figures 2 and 5) shows ore body widening with depth
The new wireframe model of the Range Rover Evoque at Alfardan Premier Motors Company showroom Alfardan Premier Motors Company, the exclusive importer of the Land Rover in Qatar, has unveiled a wireframe life-sized replica of the new Range Rover Evoque, the model that is to go on sale in the region later this year.
The resource estimate has utilized the assays from all drilling in the area and it is based on a geological wireframe model developed from 40 vertical RC drill holes on a 50m x 100m drill pattern.
To create a 3-D wireframe model, he imported the 2-D graphics into the 3-D CAD modeler Rhinoceros, from McNeel North America of Seattle.
After that for each type of object a wireframe model is generated using geometrical primitives.
By adding surfaces to the wireframe model and then shading them, an engineer can produce an easily understood image of the product.
Yellow indicates the raw cloud-of-points data; red, the resulting wireframe model; and white, the surface generated from the wireframe.
Based on design criteria supplied by the customer (tensile and compressive loading during engine operation, specified safety factors, etc.), an initial 2-D concept design was developed followed by a 3-D wireframe model. This data base was transferred to two other software platforms, one for solidification analysis and the other for FEA.