What is Camera Mapping?

Camera mapping is a process in 3D visualization where a 2D image is projected onto a 3D model to give the illusion of depth and realism. This technique can be used to create photo-realistic renderings, or to add special effects to an existing image.

Camera mapping is often used in architectural rendering, product visualization, and gaming. It can also be used for movies and television. In some cases, camera mapping is the only way to achieve a desired effect.

The process of camera mapping usually starts with a 2D image, which is then imported into a 3D program. The next step is to create a 3D model of the scene that will be used in the final image. This model can be created from scratch, or it can be based on an existing 3D model.