article The average person can identify a 3D model by its silhouette, but the average person is far more likely to recognise a human body.
In fact, more people can recognise 3D models than can distinguish humans.
In fact, people are far more accurate in identifying human bodies than they are in identifying 3D shapes.
According to the latest research from a number of universities, the average human can recognise the shape of a human being by a 5-point scale of height and weight.
However, when it comes to the 3D world, human perception is much more accurate.
What does this mean for you?
In my case, it means I’ve had a lot of fun exploring 3D objects in the past few years.
If you’re curious about how the human brain works and how you can make your own 3D characters, check out my 3D Characters in 3D article.
But if you’re not as enthused about your 3D creations as I am, you’ll probably want to check out our guide to 3D modeling for more information.
Now go forth, explore the world of 3D, and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments below.