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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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Low power microwave rendering: skin (250 g) placed in a beaker was rendered at a power level of 2.4 W/g for 10 min using a microwave oven (JE1043TGWW, GE Appliances Taiwan Corporation, Taipei, Taiwan).
The process of creating a rendering often includes everyone involved in the project--the developer, marketing team, and design and architect team.
You could strip off the render and re-do with a stronger mix or fix wire mesh before rendering or just patch-repair where needed.
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Real-time rendering; computer graphics with control engineering.
CAPABILITY: Shaderlight, a rendering plug-in for SketchUp, lets users make a photoreatistic rendering from a SketchUp model.