What is Noise?

Noise is a common problem in 3D visualization. It can make your models look messy and can be hard to remove.

In simple terms, noise is any unwanted detail in your model that doesn’t contribute to the overall image. This can include things like stray pixels, tiny imperfections, or even just randomness.

Noise can be caused by a number of things, but the most common cause is simply having too much detail in your model. When you have too many polygons or too many textures, it’s easy for noise to sneak in. Other causes can include using low-quality textures or importing from an older file format.