Appearance-Driven Automatic 3D Model Simplification

@inproceedings{Hasselgren2021AppearanceDrivenA3,
  title={Appearance-Driven Automatic 3D Model Simplification},
  author={J. Hasselgren and J. Munkberg and J. Lehtinen and M. Aittala and S. Laine},
  booktitle={EGSR},
  year={2021}
}
Fig. 1. We automatically approximate shape and appearance of detailed 3D scenes. Here, we approximate foliage with low-poly proxy geometry and textures, instance it 3000 times, and render the scene in a standalone path tracer. Compared to the reference, we accurately capture the appearance of the scene at just a fraction (0.4%) of the triangle count. The geometry is illustrated in the insets. The assets are from the Moana Island Scene, a publicly available data set courtesy of Walt Disney… Expand

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