What is Aliasing?

Aliasing is an artifact that can occur in 3D visualization when representing a curved surface or object as a series of flat polygons. Aliasing can cause the edges of polygons to appear jagged or stair-stepped, and can also cause a blurry or pixelated effect.

There are several ways to help reduce aliasing in 3D visualization:

Aliasing can be a bit of a trade-off: it can add some pixelation or blurriness to your image, but it can also be used to help smooth out curved surfaces. By understanding what causes aliasing and how to reduce it, you can create smoother, more realistic 3D visuals.