Three-Dimensional Modeling

Geometrical description of an object using polygons or solids in three dimensions, (x, y, z coordinates) for the purpose of creating the illusion of height, width and depth.

A computer simulation of a physical object in which length, width and depth are real attributes, with x-, y- and z-axes that can be rotated for viewing from different angles.`

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