Real-time appearance preserving out-of-core rendering with shadows

@inproceedings{Guthe2004RealtimeAP,
  title={Real-time appearance preserving out-of-core rendering with shadows},
  author={M. Guthe and P. Borodin and {\'A}. Bal{\'a}zs and R. Klein},
  booktitle={Rendering Techniques},
  year={2004}
}
  • M. Guthe, P. Borodin, +1 author R. Klein
  • Published in Rendering Techniques 2004
  • Computer Science
  • Despite recent advances in finding efficient LOD-representations for gigantic 3D objects, rendering of complex, gigabyte-sized models and environments is still a challenging task, especially under real-time constraints and high demands on the visual accuracy. The two general approaches are using either a polygon- or a point-based representation for the simplified geometry. With the polygon-based approaches high frame rates can be achieved by sacrificing the exact appearance and thus the image… CONTINUE READING
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