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3D Printing: Bringing Imagination into Life, Reorienting Film Making
3D printing is now all set to revolutionize the entertainment paradigm by transforming the way movies are made.
FREMONT, CA: Digitalization maps fantasy to reality! The technology of 3D printing is changing almost every arena, and entertainment is no exception. 3D printing makes it easier to quickly and accurately generate distinctive props, helping moviemakers realize their most creative speculations and fancy visions on-screen.
The list of films that use 3D printing is long and will soon get even longer. 3D printers are becoming common, enabling them to be widely used in advertisements and other entertainment modules. With 3D technology, the need for special materials, time and high costs go nill.
The most important benefit of 3D printing is the absence of constraints in the creation of products. Users can readily tailor the costume fitting the personality and then create another such as a double stunt.
Contemporary animation make way for high-quality special effects and professional film designers are looking for more such sophisticated and practical means. This is when 3D printing comes in as a way of creating personalized elements of high quality in a short time.
Large studios increasingly use 3D printing to create props. It is praiseworthy that film designers want their film properties to be as realistic as possible and use 3D printing and physical costumes, and props rather than just working on CGI. While the film lovers expect rich settings and fancy frames, bringing vibrancy into the limelight, movie makers and art directors unleash all that the technology of 3D printing has to offer the realm of entertainment.