3D modeling is an opportunity for a more efficient documentation and socialization in modern concepts for the preservation of cultural heritage, where modern technologies are applied, and the highest possible preservation mode is achieved, as well as their studying and promotion are done.

Today, researchers possess an increasing amount of available data so they need properly to adapt to the scientific methodologies. The use of 3D digital technology helps archaeological reconstruction in many ways. The essential issue is that digital tools provide a means of standardizing and comparing individual data sets that match visual material together with geographic, textual, qualitative architectural and quantitative information. As a result, the three-dimensional models allow the researcher to holistically explore the city as a complex phenomenon, including spatial, its material and cultural determinants.

Today, the 3D modeling is used even in a more wide scope such as medicine and engineering applications. 3D modeling and visualization have made it possible to improve the technology, especially by adding animations, one can use these models generally often than before. Early computer graphics were vector graphics, made up of thin lines, while today we use pixel- based graphics.