What is 3D Rendering?
3D rendering is the process of transforming computer-generated models into images or videos. The aim is to create realistic looking visuals that represent the scene as accurately as possible. This can be done in a number of ways, but most often 3D rendering software uses OpenGL or DirectX to create the final image.
The process of 3D rendering usually starts with creating a wireframe model. This is a basic outline of the object or scene, without any textures or lighting. Once the wireframe is complete, the next step is to add in textures and lighting. This gives the object or scene more detail and realism. Finally, the image is rendered and output as a final video or image file.