Rendering is the process of generating a visual representation of a 3D scene or object from a 3D model. In augmented reality, rendering is a critical step in creating realistic and immersive AR experiences. It involves the use of computer algorithms to calculate how virtual objects should appear in the user's view, considering factors like lighting, shadows, textures, and perspective.
High-quality rendering is essential for making virtual objects seamlessly blend into the real world, enhancing the user's sense of presence and immersion. Real-time rendering, which rapidly calculates and displays images as the user interacts with the AR environment, is particularly important for creating responsive and dynamic AR applications.