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Although new graphics hardware has accelerated the rendering process, the realistic simulation of scenes including participating media remains a difficult problem. Interactive results have been achieved for isotropic media as well as for single scattering. In this paper, we present an interactive global illumination algorithm for the simulation of scenes that include participating media, even anisotropic and/or inhomogeneous media. The position of the observer is important in order to render inhomogeneous media according to the transport equation. Previous work normally needed to be ray-based in order to compute this equation properly. Our approach is capable of achieving real time using two 3D textures on a simple desktop PC. For anisotropic participating media we combine density estimation techniques and graphics hardware capabilities.  相似文献   
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This paper presents a novel algorithm for volumetric reconstruction of objects from planar sections using Delaunay triangulation, which solves the main problems posed to models defined by reconstruction, particularly from the viewpoint of producing meshes that are suitable for interaction and simulation tasks. The requirements for these applications are discussed here and the results of the method are presented. Additionally, it is compared to another commonly used reconstruction algorithm based on Delaunay triangulation, showing the advantages of the reconstructions obtained by our technique.  相似文献   
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We present an integrated global illumination algorithm including non-diffuse light transport which can handle complex scenes and enables rapid incremental updates. We build on a unified algorithm which uses hierarchical radiosity with clustering and particle tracing for diffuse and non-diffuse transport respectively. We present a new algorithm which chooses between reconstructing specular effects such as caustics on the diffuse radiosity mesh, or special purpose caustic textures, when high frequencies are present. Algorithms are presented to choose the resolution of these textures and to reconstruct the high-frequency non-diffuse lighting effects. We use a dynamic spatial data structure to restrict the number of particles re-emitted during the local modifications of the scene. By combining this incremental particle trace with a line-space hierarchy for incremental update of diffuse illumination, we can locally modify complex scenes rapidly. We also develop an algorithm which, by permitting slight quality degradation during motion, achieves quasi-interactive updates. We present an implementation of our new method and its application to indoors and outdoors scenes.  相似文献   
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In computer graphics, several phenomema need to be taken into account when it comes to the field of photo-realism. One of the most relevant is obviously the notion of global, and more precisely indirect, illumination. In "classical" ray-tracing if you are not under the light, then you are in a shadow. A great amount of work has been carried out which proposes ray-tracing based solutions to take into account the fact that "there is a certain amount of light in shadows". All of these methods carry the same weaknesses: high computation time and a lot of parameters you need to manage to get something out of the method. This paper proposes a generic computation method of indirect illumination based on Monte Carlo sampling and on the sequential analysis theory, which is faster and more automatic than classical methods.  相似文献   
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The paper introduces a global illumination method that combines continuous and finite-element approaches, pre-serving the speed of finite-element based iteration and the accuracy of continuous random walks. The basic idea is to decompose the radiance function to a finite-element component that is only a rough estimate and to a difference component that is obtained by Monte-Carlo techniques. Iteration and random walk are handled uniformly in the framework of stochastic iteration. This uniform treatment allows the finite-element component to be built up adap-tively aiming at minimizing the Monte-Carlo component. The method is also suited for interactive walkthrough animation in glossy scenes since when the viewpoint changes, only the small Monte-Carlo component needs to be recomputed.  相似文献   
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