With advances in product development, production, and marketing, there are new trends in computer-aided 3D modelling. Savvy business gurus are leveraging the use of 3D modelling to showcase their products and even create animated features of their design concepts and services. Such features can provide customers with detailed visual design information and usage information. Because of the accuracy of dimension and detail, 3D modelling is widely used in city, roadway, and railway planning and building processes. It is also used in the research and development of large scale projects.
“Although these newer methods have made modelling infinitely easier since it was first used (which I think might be back in the ’70s… isn’t that wild?), especially with regards to creating more realistic models, there will still be room for the current software since they give you more versatility for stylized objects or characters, especially if you want to create something that doesn’t exist in the real world. It is pretty cool to see how far we’ve come through, and it would be cool to see what else the future holds and how much further we can go.”
-Phil Marie, 3D Model & Animator at Fat Hamster Studio, Goa
There are many types of 3D modelling software available in the market. The best 3D modelling offers three-dimensional models of objects with a list of features to create incredible artwork and animation. According to Phil, Oculus Medium is one of the best software to use when modelling in VR. Photogrammetry, which as its name implies, is a 3-dimensional coordinate measuring technique that uses photographs as the fundamental medium for metrology (or measurement) that is also creating massive impact.
In the business world, 3D modelling is used by many marketing professionals during product and service presentations. It is extremely useful in providing clients with as much visual information as possible. 3D modelling is often used, in lieu of traditional hand-sketches, to create storyboards for movies, film, and commercials. As opposed to a drawing, 3D models can depict movement, mechanics, and interaction, making the entire creative process more fluid. 3D modelling has developed into one of the easiest and quickest ways to design. Trends in 3D modelling and design have ventured into nearly every field of business, and the possibilities will expand well into the future.
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