Hidden-Surface Removal

In computer graphics, a means of rendering three-dimensional (3D) objects in which the software program determines (and removes) the surfaces of a wireframe at a certain angle of viewing that would not be visible if the object were solid and opaque. Hidden-Line Removal works on the same principle.

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