Rigging steht für:

  • eine 3D-Animationstechnik, siehe Rigging (Animation)
  • in der Veranstaltungsbranche das Aufhängen von Lasten, siehe Rig (Veranstaltungstechnik)
  • die Aufhängung von Schauspielern in Film und Theater, um Flugfähigkeit zu simulieren oder anspruchsvolle Sprünge zu unterstützen, siehe Stunt Rigging
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