What is Floating Values?
Floating Values is a 3D visualization technique that allows for the creation of three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional images. It is often used to create three-dimensional models of buildings or other structures from two-dimensional photographs.
The process of creating a Floating Values image begins with the selection of an object in the scene that will be used as the starting point, or “seed.” This seed can be any three-dimensional object, such as a building, a tree, or a rock. Once the seed has been selected, a series of points are chosen around the object. These points are then connected to form a wireframe mesh.
Once the wireframe mesh has been created, it is then possible to add textures and colors to the model. This can be done by either painting the textures onto the wireframe mesh or by using photographs or other images as a source for the textures.
The final step in the process is to render the image. This can be done with any number of different rendering software packages.