an object or feature which imitates the design of a similar artifact made from another material: the pottery box with a square lid is a skeuomorph of a twilled basketry container.
• Computing an element of a graphical user interface which mimics a physical object: note-taking apps offer skeuomorphs of yellow legal pads, squared paper, ring binders, etc. | when you first load up the app, you'll be presented with a skeuomorph of a photo album.
skeuomorphic | adjective
skeuomorphism | noun
late 19th century: from Greek skeuos ‘container, implement’ + morphē ‘form’.
Cornell Box Dimensions: 55cm wide by 55 cm high by 57 cm deep.
In the surface geometry section, are the vertex coordinates (in XZY and mm).