Technical Papers

Advanced Rendering

Wednesday, 24 July 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM
Session Chair: Steve Marschner, Cornell University

Asynchronous Adaptive Anti-Aliasing Using Shared Memory

Edge aliasing continues to be one of the most prominent problems in real-time graphics (for example, in games). This paper presents a novel algorithm that uses memory shared between the GPU and the CPU so that these two units can work in concert to solve the edge-aliasing problem rapidly.

Rasmus Barringer
Lund University

Tomas Akenine-Möller
Lund University and Intel Corporation

High-Resolution Sparse Voxel DAGs

This paper shows that a binary voxel grid can be represented orders of magnitude more efficiently than using a sparse voxel octree (SVO) by generalizing the tree to a directed acyclic graph (DAG). The DAG can still be efficiently used for ray tracing of shadows and ambient occlusion.

Viktor Kämpe
Chalmers University of Technology

Erik Sintorn
Chalmers University of Technology

Ulf Assarsson
Chalmers University of Technology

5D Covariance Tracing for Efficient Depth of Field and Motion Blur

Covariance tracing is a generic solution to analyze the frequency content of the temporal local light field along light paths. In this method, this information is used to determine sampling rates and reconstruction filters for efficient image reconstruction of costly effects such as defocus and motion blur.

Laurent Belcour
Grenoble Université

Cyril Soler
INRIA Rhône-Alpes

Kartic Subr
University College London

Nicolas Holzschuch
INRIA Rhône-Alpes

Frédo Durand
Massachusetts Institute of Technology CSAIL

Spectral Appearance Changes Induced by Light Exposure

A framework for physically based simulation of time‐dependent spectral changes induced by absorbed radiation using a physicochemical approach that accounts for the kinetics of pigment and dye-fading processes.

Bradley W. Kimmel
University of Waterloo

Gladimir V.G. Baranoski
University of Waterloo

T. Francis Chen
University of Waterloo

Daniel Yim
University of Waterloo

Erik Miranda
University of Waterloo