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Photo realistic rendering service industry glossary

  1. 3D Modeling: The process of creating a digital model of an object or scene using specialized software.
  2. Photorealistic Rendering: The process of generating a computer-generated image that resembles a photograph in its realism.
  3. Texture Mapping: The process of applying a two-dimensional image to a three-dimensional object to give it a more realistic appearance.
  4. Lighting: The use of light to create a mood or atmosphere in a rendered image.
  5. Ambient Occlusion: A technique used in rendering to simulate the way light scatters and is absorbed by surfaces in a scene.
  6. Shadow Mapping: A technique used to create realistic shadows in a rendered image.
  7. Ray Tracing: A rendering technique that simulates the behavior of light rays as they interact with surfaces in a scene.
  8. Reflection Mapping: A technique used to simulate the reflection of an object in a rendered image.
  9. Global Illumination: A rendering technique that simulates the way light bounces off surfaces and illuminates a scene.
  10. Depth of Field: A photographic technique that creates a shallow depth of field, blurring the background and focusing on the foreground.
  11. Animation: The process of creating a sequence of images that create the illusion of motion.
  12. Render Farm: A cluster of computers used to render high-quality images and animations quickly.
  13. Material Definition Language (MDL): A language used to define materials in a rendering program.
  14. Virtual Reality (VR): A computer-generated environment that can be experienced through a headset or other device.
  15. Augmented Reality (AR): A technology that overlays digital content onto the real world, typically viewed through a smartphone or tablet.

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