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Time Critical Lumigraph Rendering

By Peter-Pike Sloan, Michael F. Cohen and Steven J. Gortler

Abstract

It was illustrated in 1996 that the light leaving the convex hull of an object (or entering a convex region of empty space) can be fully characterized by a 4D function over the space of rays crossing a surface surrounding the object (or surrounding the empty space) [10, 8]. Methods to represent this function and quickly render individual images from this representation given an arbitrary cameras were also described. This paper extends the work outlined by Gortler et al [8] by demonstrating a taxonomy of methods to accelerate the rendering process by trading off quality for time. Given the specific limitation of a given hardware configuration, we discuss methods to tailor a critical time rendering strategy using these methods

Topics: image-based rendering, critical time rendering
Publisher: ACM
Year: 1997
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