What is Falloff?
Falloff is the term used to describe how the intensity of light or other phenomena decreases with distance from the source. In 3D visualization, falloff can be used to create realistic lighting effects, such as the way light fades in the distance.
Falloff can be controlled by several factors, such as the type of light source, the distance between the object and the light source, and the angle at which the light hits the object. By understanding how these factors affect falloff, artists can create more realistic 3D images.