3D Texturing Practice Test

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Basic forms (spheres, cubes, and cylinders) that can be used to construct a project.

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Primitive shapes in constructive solid geometry include cubes, cylinders, spheres, cones, pyramids, and toruses. Lines (segments of straight lines, circles, and more sophisticated curves) and forms are common primitives in modern 2D computer graphics systems (boxes, arbitrary polygons, circles).

Depending on the position of the ramp, apply multiple materials to the item.

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The Ramp Shader is a material (shader) that allows you to have more control over how color changes in response to light and view angle. You may replicate a variety of unusual materials and make subtle changes to typical shading. Ramps govern all of the Ramp Shader's color-related characteristics (gradients).

Fakes the real world - Takes less time to calculate - Looks like real reflections - Image projected onto a virtual form

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Environment mapping, also known as reflection mapping in computer graphics, is a fast image-based lighting technique for simulating the appearance of a reflective surface using a pre-computed texture. The texture is used to store the image of the displayed object's distant environment.

lmitates a light bulb - light rays that are omni-directional - fog

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A point light is a light that shines evenly in all directions from a single point in the scene.

A black-and-white graphic that simulates a bumpy surface.

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Bump maps are one of the earliest types of image maps (normal maps are descended from bump maps), and they've been used to provide surface relief to models for decades. Bump maps use less resources, making them a popular choice for a variety of relief projects.

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Transformations

The box into which a significant activity must fit so that nothing is omitted.

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When a sequence is played again, the action safe area defines which part of the video image will be displayed on the television screen. Outside of the protected region, no part of the video will be shown on the television screen.

The three-dimensional view of your shot.

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A projection of a 3-D model to a 2-D visual surface is specified by PerspectiveCamera. Perspective foreshortening is used in this projection. In other words, a frustrum whose sides converge toward a point on the horizon is described by the PerspectiveCamera. Objects that are closer to the camera appear larger, while those that are farther away appear smaller.

A feature of Maya that allows you to choose which lights should be applied to which objects.

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Light linking allows you to regulate the effect of a light on individual scene elements. On a per-object basis, shadow linking allows you to break the casting of shadows from lights.

Create a primitive shape, then add edge loops and face vertices. Faces and edges make form the structure.

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In a two-dimensional plane, a polygon is a closed object made up of line segments (not curves). Polygon is made up of two words: poly (which means numerous) and gon (which means shape) (means sides).

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Title Safe

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Stencil Maps

Fill light is imitated - does not affect specular - imitates bouncing light

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Ambient light, often known as natural lighting, refers to the light that exists in a room or scene prior to the addition of additional light sources. Any light from a window or typical room lights, for example, is ambient light if you are in a room of a house. If you're outside, ambient light is sunlight or moonlight.

Instead of typing commands, software that uses images to click on buttons.

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Instead of text-based user interfaces, typed command labels, or text navigation, the graphical user interface (GUI jee-you-eye or) allows people to interact with electronic devices using graphical icons and auditory indicators such as primary notation. Command-line interfaces (CLIs), which require commands to be typed on a computer keyboard, were established in response to the perceived steep learning curve of command-line interfaces (GUIs).

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Lambert

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The patterning of the edges around the model.

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The geometric surface features of a 3D object are referred to as topology in 3D.

Anyone can utilize off-the-shelf software.

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The turnkey software is a ready-to-use, off-the-shelf solution that can be quickly integrated into company operations. The turnkey software solution usually offers a lot of capabilities that can help your organization grow, but it also has some functions that you don't need and are unlikely to utilize in the future.

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The visual representation of a material, as well as a description of what will be baked during processing, is handled by shading networks. A shading network begins with a single node, an exit node, which can be any form of (shading) node, such as a texture, add, or multiply node.

A texture extracted from a file.

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File textures are bitmap images that filter more effectively than most procedural textures, resulting in higher image quality. Note that you can render a complete branch of a shading network as a file texture to use the illumination, shadow, shading, and textures (texture map)

The software creates textures for you so that they render faster. Wraps in ZD texture SD gets inside the object and goes around the model.

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Procedural textures are two-dimensional or three-dimensional plots of mathematical functions (called procedures) with no resolution restrictions (size).

A light that is emitted from all sides.

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A point light is a light source that emits light in all directions equally from a single point in space. The line from the point of contact back to the center of the light item is the direction of light impacting a surface. With increasing distance from the light, the intensity decreases until it reaches zero at a certain range.

AKA Scalar Maps, specifies where a material is transparent.

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Geometry that can be seen through on a Transparency Map. Color or image maps specify the color of a polygon, but a texture map can also be used to declare which parts of a texture are transparent. A transparency map can help with this.

All directions are being scaled at the same time.

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Non-uniform scaling occurs when the scaling amount varies with each dimension, whereas uniform scaling occurs when everything is scaled by the same amount.

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