a technique for generating an image by tracing the path of light through pixels in an image plane and simulating the effects of its encounters with virtual objects

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BRDF and Spherical coordinate in ray tracing

I developed a ray tracer that use standard phong/blinn phong lighting model. Now I'm modifying it to support physically based rendering, so I'm implementing various BRDF models. At the moment I'm ...
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Project camera-to-pixel ray in world coordinates

I'm trying to implement a very simple ray tracing function but I have a problem with projecting the camera ray (from camera to pixel) to the world space. In the screen coordinates have the pixel ...
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Bidirectional Path Tracing questions

I'm coding a Bidirectional Path Tracing application for school in C++ and I have some questions (I haven't found useful explanations on the web) 1) Why does the EyePath have one more vertex? 2) When ...
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How should i go about rendering voxels?

What i would like to do is something like this: And iv'e considered just brute-forcing it with raytracing and octrees and such. However, is it fast enough? What would be the fastest method for ...
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How to convert Non-Axis Aligned Bounding Boxes to AABB

I'm trying to write a raytracer to render boxes (cubes) that are arbitrarily rotated, i.e. not necessarily axis aligned. While I'm reasonably comfortable ray-tracing an axis-aligned cube, I don't know ...
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Spectral path tracing - image color/brightness incorrect

I implemented a spectral path tracing using physically base BRDF models such as Oren-Nayar,Specular Reflection and Transmission, Lambertian. All calculation in the path tracer uses standard illuminant ...
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A simple “beam tracing” simulation

I am trying to implement a simple beam tracing simulation. Basically it models the path of a beam within a pipe: In the picture, the beam starts emitting from p1, hitting the boundary at p2 and ...
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Ray-Triangle Intersection Detection using Barycentric Coordinates

I am attempting to convert the algorithm from http://www.cbloom.com/3d/techdocs/fast_ray_tri.txt to java code, but my solution does not function correctly. The only intentional change I made was for ...