Corpus ID: 54081570

Improving Quality of Anti-Aliasing in Virtual Reality

  title={Improving Quality of Anti-Aliasing in Virtual Reality},
  author={Kuba Maruszczyk and G. Denes and R. Mantiuk},
Various anti-aliasing (AA) techniques have been developed to improve the visual quality of real-time graphics. While these techniques have become less important for high resolution displays, such as those which approach the resolution limit of the eye, virtual reality (VR) headsets offer much lower resolution, meaning that AA is essential for high quality rendering. A number of AA techniques typically used in real-time graphics can also be used in VR applications, for example multisampling anti… Expand

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Advanced vr rendering
  • In Game Developers Conference
  • 2015