|In simple words, 3D or three dimensional images gives insight in depth. 3D images being interactive and visually live, it helps the viewer to connect with it. Sir Charles Wheatstone, an English scientist first invented the stereoscopic viewer using the Renaissance theories of perceptive in 1838. His invention laid foundation for a new beginning in motion and still picture making.
In the beginning, 3D technology required supercomputers but now laptops with the latest software have created wonders. It was first restricted to few bold and risk taking designers and manufacturers in the textile industry. With improved speed and power in laptops, simplified 3D applications have made their way in the textile sector with its practical usage.
In the last decade, 3D technology has triggered a revolution in the textile and apparel market.|
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