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Wil Yegelwel on The Rendering Equation

Wil Yegelwel on The Rendering Equation

Meetup: http://bit.ly/2jdGLnm
Papers: http://bit.ly/2jdLPbj, http://bit.ly/2kg2RmV, http://bit.ly/2khx0Xa,
Slides: http://bit.ly/2kfZiwX
Video: https://youtu.be/z7umrRqlSeE
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Description
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Illumination in computer graphics deals with calculating the color of each pixel on the screen when trying to render a photorealistic scene. The problem is that generating increasingly realistic renderings requires a lot of processing and so a tradeoff must be made between compute time and image quality. We will first look at two foundational papers from the 70s that built “good enough” models that were fast to render. Finally, we look at The Rendering Equation that provides a single model to encompass many effects of lighting assuming you are willing to pay the processing cost.

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