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Real Time Rendering 

Real-time rendering is a field of computer graphics focused on analyzing and producing images in real time. 
Real-time 3D rendering allows users to view or interact with 3D images and scenes that appear to be in motion in simulated real-time.

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Today, the most prominent industry rely on Real-Time Rendering is gaming. Real-time 3D rendering has made it possible to make game development easier, faster, and less expensive to produce, which is great news for game creators and players. We also believe the age of the physical cartridge to be over and AR/VR and cloud-based user storage to be the future of gaming, which is why game giants are investing heavily to conquer the 3D rendering space.



Like gaming, film and television production is always on the cutting edge of new visualization technology. Exciting graphics and ever-increasing standard resolutions are what viewers expect on the big screen and at home. Nevertheless, broadcasting events such as sports, concerts, submits, or even stock market listing uses rendering software to bring fans on-site from the comfort of their homes, combining live footage and on-screen images with motion tracking, adding to an experience that informs as well as entertains.

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With the advent of real-time 3D rendering, digital showrooms have become essential for automobile sales. Users can view changes to the interior and exterior in real-time and adjust the vehicle's details. 3D rendering software can substitute for an actual showroom and give designers and customers a lifelike idea of what the car could look like in a physical environment. With VR equipment, users could also immerse themselves in the test-driving experience without leaving the dealership or, better yet, home. 


Architectural Visualization / Real Estate

With real-time 3D rendering,  companies can digitally recreate a site so that stakeholders can walk through the interior and exterior at any angle with no limitations in virtual reality. Real-time 3D rendering can showcase the view from the windows to the front yard or how the home could look in various roof tiling, interior decoration, or paint swatches. 3D modeling of houses is cheaper than physical alternatives and gives buyers a more accurate and interactive look at what their potential purchase will be.

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