The use of real-time rendering technology in film-making and how it changes the workflow of digital artists.
The film-making industry has evolved drastically in recent years, and real-time rendering technology is one of the major contributors to this transformation. Real-time rendering technology is used to create 3D models and environments in real-time, allowing filmmakers to see their work come to life without the need for lengthy rendering times.
What is Real-Time Rendering?
Real-time rendering is the process of rendering 3D graphics and images in real-time, as opposed to pre-rendering them. In real-time rendering, the computer's graphics processing unit (GPU) calculates and displays images as quickly as possible. This technology is widely used in video games, virtual reality, and augmented reality.