In Depth: 3D's role in science and engineering

3D’s role in science and engineering

Giving engineers, scientists and architects the ability to see the objects they’re making in 3D brings amazing benefits. Computer aided design might be more down-to-earth than a Pixar film, but it’s no less magical.

We spoke to John Hutchinson, Senior Rendering Architect at Autodesk, to find out why. We started by asking just how realistic artificial 3D environments can become. John contrasts Autodesk’s approach of physically-based rendering with the needs of games and films.


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