What is Indirect Lighting?

Indirect lighting is a type of lighting that is often used in 3D visualization. It is a way to create the illusion of light coming from sources other than the main light source. This can be done by using various objects and materials to reflect and refract light, or by using shadows and lights to create the appearance of indirect lighting.

Indirect lighting can be used to create a variety of effects, such as creating depth and dimensionality, adding drama and atmosphere, or simply making an object or scene look more realistic. It is an important tool for any 3D artist or designer, as it can help to make their work more lifelike and believable.