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  • Writer's pictureEeva Kavenius

What is an Interactive 3D Model, and How Can it Help Me?

The world of virtual Art and Technologies can be an overwhelming place.

That is why we're here to guide and help you as you begin the journey of bringing your art to 3D by answering some of the most frequently asked questions at FAQ Room.


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3D Modeling is the process of creating a representation of a three-dimensional object or surface in a digital environment. The digital artist uses special software to manipulate points in the virtual space to form a mesh: a collection of vertices that form an object. This forms an interactive 3D model. Interactive 3D models can also be created from physical artworks by scanning them and creating the model based on that 3D scan. At Prefixa we use photogrammetry for these types of conversions.

In the art world, having a 3D Model gives your audience the chance to interact with your artwork, even if it’s not physically present at that moment. More than just a video or an image, 3D interactivity allows you to represent your model in multiple scales, rotate, and add text, sound, or video to accompany the artwork. In a real exhibition, you can maximize your visibility in the art space by showing your art catalog using this technology.

Interactive 3D models can be used in different industries for educational and presentation purposes. In the art space, the interactivity of these models allows for immersive and engaging exposition experiences, art catalogs, virtual galleries, and augmented reality visualizations. With them you can bring your art closer to people and provide a more intimate and innovative experience. Among other things, these different interactive 3D options can help you increase the visibility your art, increase sales, and allow you to create completely different art experiences for your audience.

Example of Interactive 3D model with annotations on a webpage

Screen video of an example web page with interactivity


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