What is HPB?
High-definition phase-based 3D visualization (HPB) is a process that uses high-resolution images and computer-generated models to create accurate, three-dimensional representations of objects. This type of modeling is often used in fields such as engineering and architecture, where precise measurements and detailed views are essential.
HPB can be used to create both static and dynamic visuals. Static visuals are typically used for planning or analysis purposes, while dynamic visuals can be used for simulation or training. Ultimately, the goal of HPB is to provide a realistic and accurate representation of an object so that it can be better understood by those who view it.