To build a three dimensional object in the computer using 3d modeling and animation software.
A likeness (replica) of a patient's teeth (made of plaster or stone) which can be use to construct tooth appliances or for studying the patient's occlusion (bite).
Brass, wood, plaster, etc., form which serves as a pattern for cutting the die.
Reproduction in plaster or metal of any object, as a tooth, or the dental arch, by pouring the material into an impression taken from the object.
A 3-dimensional sculpture used to create a hologram. The size of the model is the same size as the finished hologram.
The stereoscopic image of an area produced by viewing the end lapping of two successive aerial photographs depicting the same ground area from two different positions of exposure and culminating in a three dimensional image when observed through a binocular viewer.
In vision, an internal description of the structure of an object, whether in terms of the structure of image features in a 2-dimensional image or solids in 3-dimensional space.
To shape. In sculpture, an additive process where the artist builds up a form by adding and shaping material. In painting, the technique of using light and shade to suggest three-dimensionality. An object, usually built to scale, intended to serve as a pattern for a larger work. An initial form in clay, plasticine, plaster, or a found object, from which a mold will be made for reproduction; maquette.
Popular name for a cast of a tooth or teeth, usually in plaster or similar material.