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rendering

A drawing or painting showing a perspective view of a building, also called a rendition. Contrast with elevation, which shows only a two-dimensional view of one or more faces of a building.

Example: At their simplest levels, Figure A is a rendering and Figure B is the east elevation, both of the same house.

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Creating a rendering is a time-intensive and expensive process," he said.
After signing in with an existing OTOY login, users will be prompted to upload an ORBX scene file of their stereo cube map and set the quality of the rendering.
In the future, rendering could be used to predict the appearance of a surface from the optical properties of the coating, permitting the development of tools that can be used firstly to identify important parameters in the formulation process and secondly to allow designers to visualize the appearance of a proposed coating.
Moulene visited a client's home in Beverly Hills to scope out a view for home rendering that would grace the client's change-of-address card.
Perhaps even more worrying, the petition alleged that virtually all so-called "downer" cattle - cows that look healthy but drop dead prematurely for unknown reasons - are sent to slaughterhouses to be readied for human consumption or for rendering into animal feed.
Differentiating between verbal misrepresentations and actual manufactured evidence, the Florida court held that the police conduct overstepped the line, rendering the confession violative of due process.
This significant breakthrough sets a new visualization standard and makes obsolete so-called "screen-door" transparencies, a widely used, yet highly limited, workaround technique for rendering transparent surfaces in a distributed-computing environment.
The After Effects Rendering Engine is a stand-alone application that renders projects that have been created in After Effects 2.
IBRIX Fusion removed I/O bottlenecks in our file systems, allowing our rendering application to perform as much as 100% faster in a stable and highly scalable environment, plus, we were able to migrate data on-the-fly without shutting down production.
QNX chose Font Fusion because the font rendering subsystem provides a highly scalable font architecture for the embedded environment.
This release offers a significant increase in rendering speed for compressed fonts and reasserts Font Fusion's dominant position as the fastest font engine available today.
Support for all the world's languages, support for multiple fonts in any block of text, support for cursor rendering and positioning, improved performance and implementation - these all make Bitstream Panorama the best complete solution for worldwide text composition and rendering.