The Role of Perception for Computer Graphics

  title={The Role of Perception for Computer Graphics},
  author={D. Bartz and D. Cunningham and J. Fischer and C. Wallraven},
  • D. Bartz, D. Cunningham, +1 author C. Wallraven
  • Published in Eurographics 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Traditionally, computer graphics strived to achieve the technically best representation of the scenario or scene. For rendering, this lead to the preeminence of representations based on the physics of light interacting with different media and materials. Research in virtual reality has focussed on interactivity and therefore on real-time rendering techniques that improve the immersion of users in the virtual environments. In contrast, visualization has focused on representations that that… CONTINUE READING
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