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Unit 1: 01_An Introduction to 3D Modeling

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Transcript of Unit 1: 01_An Introduction to 3D Modeling

Unit 1: An Introduction to 3D Modeling
The Jump from 2 to 3D
Putting 3D Printing to Use
The 'Geometries' of 3D Objects
Every object can be broken down into simpler
geometries
.

Geometry (defined): the shape or form of a
surface or solid
.
Unfolding
On a sheet of paper, write all of the 2D shapes you see in this 3D model.
3. Break the larger shape into smaller, more easily recognizable 2D and 3D geometric shapes.
The World’s “First” 3D-Printed House Begins Construction
Learning Objective
: YWBAT identify the 2D shapes that makes up our everyday 3D objects.

Essential Question
: What is the role of polygons in 3D structures?
Ways of identifying the geometries of an object:
1. Slicing:
How many basic shapes can you break this object into?
Homework
:
1.Complete the 3D Printshow Research Survey
2. Bring in a small 3D object tomorrow and be prepared to share the 'geometries' of that object.
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