What is Decay?
Decay is the process of breaking down or deteriorating over time. In 3D visualization, decay can refer to the deterioration of an object’s appearance over time. This can be caused by factors such as weathering, wear and tear, or aging. Decay can also occur due to changes in lighting or other environmental factors. When an object decays, it often loses its original colors and textures, and may become distorted or deformed.
Decay is an important element in many types of 3D visualizations, such as simulations of natural disasters or historical events. It can also be used to create eerie or atmospheric effects in horror or suspenseful scenes. In some cases, artists may deliberately add decay to their models to give them a more realistic or lifelike appearance.