technical department - boclair academy Heading The development

technical department - boclair academy Heading The development

technical department - boclair academy Heading The development of 3D modelling software enables architects and design engineers to create realistic 3D models of their designs. Previously they would have been built from clay, card or polystyrene blocks.

A 3D computer model is a virtual object which can be rotated on screen and viewed from any angle. technical department - boclair academy technical department - boclair academy

The wireframe model is built up using a series of connected lines to produce a 3D object. technical department - boclair academy

The surface model is built up by drawing the surfaces of an object. Like adding the canvass onto the frame of a tent. technical department - boclair academy

The solid model is built up by using simple geometric forms or extrusions - such as cuboids, cylinders & prisms. These can be added or subtracted to produce complex 3D models.

technical department - boclair academy Can be produced very quickly. Can be modified very easily. Easily add colour & surface texture. Test structural designs before building eg bridges & skyscrapers. Easily sent by email to remote locations throughout the world. Less storage space required than a real model.

Used to create realistic simulations. Clients can explore virtual walk through of 3D model designs. technical department - boclair academy Computer generated models are virtual and can lack the feel of a traditional model which can be picked up and handled. Purchase cost of computers and software. Training of staff in use of software.

Maintenance of IT systems & network servers. technical department - boclair academy

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