What is Low Res?

When it comes to 3D visualization, the term “low res” refers to the quality of the model. A low res model is one that has a lower polygon count and is not as detailed as a high res model. Low res models are typically used for previews or early iterations of a design, while high res models are used for the final product.

There are a few reasons why you might choose to use a low res model over a high res model. For one, low res models are easier and faster to create. This can be helpful when you’re working on a tight deadline and need to get something created quickly. Low res models can also be less resource-intensive, which can be important when you’re working with limited resources.