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For questions about computations subject to real-time constraints. The minimum framerate for a real-time illusion is usually considered to be around 24 frames per second. See also [interactive] for less strict constraints and [offline] for computations which will take significantly longer.

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How is Ambient Occlusion calculated in "Deep Screen Space"?

The paper ( just says that "The ambient occlusion contribution of a surfel to a pixel [..] as well as the influence radius [..] are computed ...
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Why is Forward Rendering/Shading named this way?

Forward rendering is the 'classic' approach to the rendering pipeline. Nowadays it is mostly replaced by a more flexible, deferred rendering approach. I did some research and had trouble finding ...
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Is it possible to create a forced focus with a dual layer of images in order to Avoid eye strain with Virtual and Augmented Reality?

Would eye tracking allow for the alignment of a dual layered image (a google glass like device and a screen or projection) to provide a way to force the focus of the eyes into to a real life ...
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Projecting light shapes

I am wondering how professional light visualizer software (like Capture Argo - WYSIWYG - Realizzer - LightConverse) project the lights on the objects (like stage, floor, people), even projecting the ...
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Accelerating dose calculation for a radiation therapy planning system

During radiation therapy, appropriate radiation is fired from various positions around the patient. Radiation therapy planning determines the values of the radiation at various positions. This ...
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Is this the correct interpretation of the separable SSS artistic model?

I'm trying to understand the separable subsurface scattering algorithm, but I'm a little confused on what the parameters mean from a notation and implementation standpoint, particularly for the ...
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Time Interval Ray Tracing performance

I found a very nice paper regarding Time Interval Ray Tracing for Motion Blur published in 2017. That was before RTX GPUs were on the market. I have a few questions about an optimal implementation and ...
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How to handle object drawables?

Currently the graphics API I am using is Vulkan, but I am trying to find a general enough way to represent the following. In graphics, drawing can be generalized as: Get vertex buffers and send them ...
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How to display image from CUDA / What API to port my project to for real-time raytracing?

I started a raytracing project using the python numba library which provides a just-in-time compiler for CUDA kernels. When the scene is rendered my result is a 1920 x 1080 x 3 RGB array in GPU memory....
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Is it possible that a superior, undiscovered 3D rendering method exists?

As far as I know, the only options we have for true 3D rendering are polygonal rendering, ray-marching and raytracing/casting. Why is that? Surely there must be other ways? Is there some paper ...
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What is it that really prevents photo-realistic, real-time, digital 3D simulations?

Ever since I was a small child, seeing the amazing 3D visuals that developed in the 1980s and 1990s, I was certain that photo-realism was "just around the corner". In the year 2020, I certainly ...
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