What is Primitive?
Primitive in 3D visualization is a term used to describe the basic geometric shapes that are used to create 3D models. These shapes, which include cubes, spheres, cylinders, and cones, are known as “primitives” because they are the building blocks from which more complex models can be created. By combining these basic shapes in different ways, it is possible to create models of almost any object imaginable.
While primitives are often used as the starting point for creating more complex models, they can also be used on their own to create simple but effective visuals. For example, a cube can be used to represent a box or a container, while a sphere can be used to represent a ball or a planet. In fact, many of the models you see in games and movies are made entirely from primitives.