What is Wireframe?
Wireframe in 3D visualization is a technique used to create three-dimensional images from two-dimensional data. Wireframe images are created by connecting points in three-dimensional space with lines, resulting in a skeletal representation of the object. This technique is often used for medical and scientific visualization, as well as for creating three-dimensional models of objects such as buildings or machinery.
Wireframe visualization can be used to create both static images and animations. In static wireframe images, all the lines are drawn in one color; however, in animations, different colors can be used to represent different aspects of the object being visualized. For example, red might be used to represent parts of the object that are under stress, while blue could be used to represent parts that are in motion. Wireframe visualization is an important tool for understanding the structure of objects and for communicating information about three-dimensional data.