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- Toshiya Hachisuka, Shinji Ogaki, Henrik Wann Jensen
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2008

This paper introduces a simple and robust progressive global illumination algorithm based on photon mapping. Progressive photon mapping is a multi-pass algorithm where the first pass is ray tracing followed by any number of photon tracing passes. Each photon tracing pass results in an increasingly accurate global illumination solution that can be visualized… (More)

- Toshiya Hachisuka, Wojciech Jarosz, +4 authors Henrik Wann Jensen
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2008

We present a new adaptive sampling strategy for ray tracing. Our technique is specifically designed to handle multidimensional sample domains, and it is well suited for efficiently generating images with effects such as soft shadows, motion blur, and depth of field. These effects are problematic for existing image based adaptive sampling techniques as they… (More)

- Toshiya Hachisuka, Henrik Wann Jensen
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2009

This paper presents a simple extension of progressive photon mapping for simulating global illumination with effects such as depth-of-field, motion blur, and glossy reflections. Progressive photon mapping is a robust global illumination algorithm that can handle complex illumination settings including specular-diffuse-specular paths. The algorithm can… (More)

- Toshiya Hachisuka, Anton Kaplanyan, Carsten Dachsbacher
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2014

Global illumination algorithms using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) sampling are well-known for their efficiency in scenes with complex light transport. Samples in such algorithms are generated as a history of Markov chain states so that they are distributed according to the contributions to the image. The whole process is done based only on the… (More)

- Toshiya Hachisuka, Jacopo Pantaleoni, Henrik Wann Jensen
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2012

We present a new sampling space for light transport paths that makes it possible to describe Monte Carlo path integration and photon density estimation in the same framework. A key contribution of our paper is the introduction of vertex perturbations, which extends the space of paths with loosely coupled connections. The new framework enables the… (More)

- Toshiya Hachisuka, Henrik Wann Jensen
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2011

We present a new adaptive photon tracing algorithm which can handle illumination settings that are considered difficult for photon tracing approaches such as outdoor scenes, close-ups of a small part of an illuminated region, and illumination coming through a small gap. The key contribution in our algorithm is the use of visibility of photon path as the… (More)

- Jeppe Revall Frisvad, Toshiya Hachisuka, Thomas Kim Kjeldsen
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2014

Rendering translucent materials using Monte Carlo ray tracing is computationally expensive due to a large number of subsurface scattering events. Faster approaches are based on analytical models derived from diffusion theory. While such analytical models are efficient, they miss out on some translucency effects in the rendered result. We present an improved… (More)

- Craig Donner, Jason Lawrence, Ravi Ramamoorthi, Toshiya Hachisuka, Henrik Wann Jensen, Shree K. Nayar
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2009

We present a new model of the homogeneous BSSRDF based on large-scale simulations. Our model captures the appearance of materials that are not accurately represented using existing single scattering models or multiple isotropic scattering models (e.g. the diffusion approximation). We use an analytic function to model the 2D hemispherical distribution of… (More)

- Toshiya Hachisuka, Wojciech Jarosz, Henrik Wann Jensen
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2010

We present an error estimation framework for progressive photon mapping. Although estimating rendering error has been established for unbiased rendering algorithms, error estimation for biased rendering algorithms has not been investigated well in comparison. We characterize the error by the sum of a bias estimate and a stochastic noise bound, which is… (More)

- Iliyan Georgiev, Jaroslav Krivánek, Toshiya Hachisuka, Derek Nowrouzezahrai, Wojciech Jarosz
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2013

Central to all Monte Carlo-based rendering algorithms is the construction of light transport paths from the light sources to the eye. Existing rendering approaches sample path vertices <i>incrementally</i> when constructing these light transport paths. The resulting probability density is thus a product of the <i>conditional</i> densities of each local… (More)