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    April 2010
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    Born from the need to render architectural images quicker a clever technique emerged. It was the use of 2D photographs on flat planes in 3D to create the illusion of a realistic object in a computer generated scene. Think of these as "cardboard cutouts" of people and objects. From a distance and from the right angle you may not be able to tell that they have no depth - the perfect illusion. The computer has less work to do, the image looks real and the client is happy. But, every shortcut has a downfall, and the negative of this technique is