Progress in Rendering and Modeling for Digital Planetariums

@inproceedings{Magnor2010ProgressIR,
  title={Progress in Rendering and Modeling for Digital Planetariums},
  author={M. Magnor and P. Sen and J. Kniss and E. Angel and S. Wenger},
  booktitle={Eurographics},
  year={2010}
}
  • M. Magnor, P. Sen, +2 authors S. Wenger
  • Published in Eurographics 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Contemporary challenges in the production of digital planetarium shows include real-time rendering realism as well as the creation of authentic content. While interactive, live performance is a standard feature of professional digital-dome planetarium software today, support for physically correct rendering of astrophysical phenomena is still often limited. Similarly, the tools currently available for planetarium show production do not offer much assistance towards creating scientifically… CONTINUE READING

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