Learn more about CGI and how to use it.

The definition of CGI

CGI is an English technical term for computer generated imagery, which means “image material generated on a computer.” CGI originally comes from the film production industry and makes it possible to create visual effects, images and animations that were created entirely artificially on the computer. Specialized experts build the desired computer simulations in 3D programs and can theoretically implement any conceivable scenario — clients benefit from this opportunity, particularly in the gaming and film industries. But traditional services, such as product visualization for advertising material or architecture, also benefit from the unlimited possibilities offered by CGI.

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