Three dimensional animation or 3D animation has three dimensions which are – height, width and depth. It looks more realistic than 2D animation. 3D animation is generated by creating model followed by a layout. After creating an object in animation its background is added. 3D animation use computer graphics to create background. 3D animation is majorly used in architecture, interior designing, gaming, business, medicine and film making.
> Increasing demand of 3D animation in film and gaming industry is a major factor driving growth of the global 3D animation market.
> 3D technology allows end users to get most realistic experience while watching movies or playing video games with artistic effects that are pleasant to eyes.
> 3D video games is increasing, owing to rising teenage population globally.
> In addition, increasing adoption of 3D technology in mobile applications is another factor fueling the target market. Increasing use of this technology in geographical mapping and navigation purposes is another factor expected to drive growth of the global market in the near future.
However, lack of expertise, requirement of large amount of investment, piracy, and rising competition in animation industry may hamper growth of the global 3D animation market over the forecast period.
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