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Physically Based Rendering is an approach that aims to ground the drawing of computer-generated scenes in the physics of light reflection and scattering and measurable properties of real-world materials, to give a more visually convincing effect that's consistent under a wide range of illumination and viewing conditions.

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Physically-based BRDFs

I'm starting to implement a real-time PBR shading pipeline in one of my projects and had a few questions that I thought folks around here could help clarify. 1) Is it fair to say that in a PBR ...
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How to write a PBR Unlit Shader in Unity?

I have a REALLY specific case here: I have an Texture (a webcam), that is used by a shader to pickup a few x,y colors at the cordinates, and renders to a ...
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Performing image based lighting in an open world game

I finally have a PBR implementation in an engine that I'm writing for a game I'm developing but I'm stuck on how to use IBL in real situations. Most IBL tutorials use it just to show a single mesh or ...
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IBL probe BRDF pre-integration artifacts

I'm following 'Moving Frostbite to PBR course notes' to implement IBL in my rendering engine in OpenGL but I'm having some trouble pre-integrating the specular component of the equation. As you'll ...
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When dealing with Image based lighting, are the generated irradiance map and specular ibl dynamic?

I have been reading about IBLs, trying to understand how they work; so, I can implement them in my engine. I have understood the general concept and the calculation for the diffuse but I am still a ...
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Is there a technique to properly illuminate a PBR material when using directional light?

I use the following formula to calculate PBR color for each light source. For the sake of this post, let's assume that there is only one directional light. I am using Vulkan; so, +Y is "down"...
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How does Physical Based Shading work with multiple light sources?

I have implemented a PBR shader in my game engine that works with a single light source. Everything is good and made sense at a higher level about what each algorithm does. Now I am working on adding ...
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PBR GLSL shader incorrect lighting. Half being shaded

I have been following the tutorial at LearnopenGL to implement physically based rendering into my Vulkan game engine, and have gotten the following incorrect lighting results: The light is overhead, ...
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Cuda API to render using Physically Based Rendering (PBR) in OpenGL-ES based project

I need to develop a OpenGL-ES based application to render a model using Physically based Rendering (PBR). Do I need to use Cuda API to render the computation intense PBR rendering? Is there any ...
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Handling metallic roughness maps colour channels

I'm trying to use a metalness/roughness workflow and I'm not sure how to translate the colour channels into the different metalness and roughness attributes. I'm not sure if there's a standard on how ...