What is Boundary Box?
Boundary box is a term used in 3D visualization to describe the outermost limits of an object or scene. It’s important to be aware of the boundary box when creating or viewing 3D models, as it can affect how objects are displayed and can help to improve performance.
In most cases, the boundary box is automatically generated by the software used to create or view 3D models. However, it’s sometimes necessary to adjust the size and shape of the boundary box to get the best results. For example, if you’re working with a large object or scene, you may want to increase the size of the boundary box to ensure all objects are rendered correctly.