rendering


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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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A big misconception in the industry is the time it takes to create a rendering, said Sama.
In order to realize the overall purposes of the project that we mentioned at the beginning, we set the goal of producing visually and radiometrically accurate renderings of selected aspects of the appearance of complex surfaces; seeking to provide a proven path from material measurement and characterization to object rendering.
Isaacs, now closed, was a meat rendering plant; it bought spoiled meat scraps, animal carcasses, and other "offal" and transformed this waste product into an inoffensive, high-protein base for such products as designer soaps, medicines, candy (yes, candy) and a whole lot of other things you'd never suspect had meat in them.