Realtime 3D is a computer graphics technology that generates interactive contents with such a high speed that it gives the illusion of movement to human perception.
Thanks to technological progress, 3D contents can be rendered in realtime, without having dedicated workstations.
It is a decisive element which, unlike traditional static 3D, allows you to obtain interactive and extremely engaging contents.
Interactivity is the heart of realtime 3D experiences. Unlike videos which, for example, create a perception of movement in a passive audience, realtime 3D immerses users in a digital reality, giving them control of the experience. The main use of this technology in the industrial field consists in the creation of the digital twin, a virtual replica of a physical product that can be placed in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality experiences.