Geometry is the foundation of a 3D image: it’s what makes the surfaces of the 3D objects you see. But what does 3D geometry consist of? In the second video, we will explore how your computer represents objects in 3D space, examine the structure of the polygonal models used in 3D illustration, motion graphics, product visualization and animation, and discuss how they differ from CAD models used to manufacture products.
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