Monthly Archives: January 2012

Jan 8

3D Illustration

The world without 3D illustrations is difficult to imagine. In fact, the three dimensional illustrations refer to three major aspects, the life, the enigma and the real entity of the world we live in. Our imagination couldn’t have been explored to its full potential if only 2d images were available. The 2d world refers to only X and Y planes. Whereas, 3d illustration gives a more detailed and clear viewing aspects by perceiving the images in three planes X, Y and Z. Perhaps, this is one of the most important reasons why 3d illustrations are more popular and trending when it comes to eye-catching visual presentation.

3D illustration is achieved by various medium and techniques, which includes software and graphic programming. This graphics and software programming are used to render real life visual images that are displayed in television and also in print media. The 3d image is way more advanced and ahead as compare to 2D. As a matter of fact, 2d image can never match the 3d presentation as it makes the image close to reality and the viewer will actually consider the image close to the real identity. 3D images and visuals, as well as 3d animations are much popular trend these days, especially in video game, animation and film making industries. Especially in gaming industry where the objects used in the game represent themselves as the real entities and the player get enthusiastic with the real life environment created on the screen of a television or a computer. However, gaming and movies is just not he limitation of 3d illustration, it is also used on extensively in engineering, architectural, medical and product designing industries. Solutions via 3D illustration have also observed a tremendous growth in these industries in recent years.

On the other hand, 3d illustrations have also become the part of virtual reality which includes flight simulator to train the pilots or air craft engineers. The stereoscopic images generated by computer have also proved to be very useful for detecting internal disorder in a human body. This allows the surgeons and the doctors to perform the proper diagnosis and to provide the appropriate treatment to the patients who are suffering from complex diseases.