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3D modelling is the process of using software to create a mathematical representation of a 3-dimensional object or shape. The created object is called a 3D model and these 3-dimensional models are used in a variety of industries.
The film, television, video games, architecture, construction, product development, science and medical industries all use 3D models to visualise, simulate and render graphic designs.
3D modelling is used across a wide range of industries
VFX and animation studios use modelling software to create CG assets and characters for films and TV shows
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Game developers create 3D environments and characters for games and cinematics using modelling tools.
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The manufacturing industry uses 3D modelling software for product design, engineering and concept rendering.
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The architecture industry uses modelng software to render interiors and exteriors of proposed buildings and environments.
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