KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Rendering       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information Technology > Computers > Software > Opengl > Rendering   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
SPANISH SACA
TRIANGLE SETUP
UNREADABLE
GLOBAL ILLUMINATION ALGORITHM
TEXTURE-BASED VOLUME RENDERING
SECOND RENDERING
TRADITIONAL VOLUME RENDERING ALGORITHMS
WIREFRAME RENDERING
WINE STABLE
COMPLETE RENDERING
ARTISTIC RENDERING
LIGHT REFLECTIONS
COMPUTER GRAPHICS TERM
NON-PHOTOREALISTIC RENDERING
HARDWARE RENDERING
FAST RENDERING
RENDERING NATURAL PHENOMENA
RENDERING PIPELINE
RENDERING FUNCTIONS
FIRST RAY CASTING
RENDERING ALGORITHM
RENDERING ALGORITHMS
RENDERING METHOD
RENDERING TECHNIQUES
SOFTWARE RENDERING
APPEL
RAY CASTING
RENDERING IMAGES
PATH TRACING
RENDERING EQUATION
MOLECULAR MODELING
VOLUME RENDERING
VIEWS
ELEMENT
VOICE
ACUTE
SYMPTOMS
NVIDIA
OPERA
GAME
WHOLE
SET-UP
RIGHT
REMARK
SPACE
ANALYSIS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Rendering"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Rendering is the process of generating an image from a model, by means of computer programs. (Web site)
  2. Rendering is possible using an offline renderer but also using graphics hardware, where it achieves real-time frame rates.
  3. Rendering (shading) were discovered by Gouraud and Phong at the University of Utah. (Web site)
  4. Rendering is practically exclusively concerned with the particle aspect of light physics — known as geometric optics. (Web site)
  5. Rendering is performed at step 65, where one polygon is rendered for each visible voxel. (Web site)

Spanish Saca

  1. In earlier times Sherry was known as sack (a rendering of the Spanish saca, meaning a removal from the solera). (Web site)

Triangle Setup

  1. The system must transform the data to the current view before performing the following steps (lighting, triangle setup and rendering). (Web site)
  2. First, you'd have to still implement triangle setup and triangle rasterization, as the engines only do scanline rendering.

Unreadable

  1. The process of disguising a message thereby rendering it unreadable to any but the intended recipient. (Web site)
  2. If you sign a plaintext file without encrypting it, PGP will normally compress it after signing it, rendering it unreadable to the casual human observer.

Global Illumination Algorithm

  1. Radiosity is a global illumination algorithm used in Rendering.

Texture-Based Volume Rendering

  1. Texture-based volume rendering is a technique to efficiently visualize volumetric data using texture mapping hardware. (Web site)

Second Rendering

  1. The pixels outside the shadow volume can therefore "see" the light, which is why it is turned on for the second rendering pass. (Web site)
  2. The second rendering clearly shows the equivalence between the bridge topology and a topology derived by series and parallel combinations. (Web site)

Traditional Volume Rendering Algorithms

  1. A recently exploited technique to accelerate traditional volume rendering algorithms such as ray-casting is the use of modern graphics cards. (Web site)

Wireframe Rendering

  1. Hidden line removal is an extension of wireframe rendering where lines (or segments of lines) covered by surfaces are not drawn. (Web site)
  2. Gouraud, flat and wireframe rendering. (Web site)

Wine Stable

  1. Stabilization: The process of rendering a wine stable, either naturally or through intervention. (Web site)

Complete Rendering

  1. Amongst these is a complete rendering of Grieg 's Piano Concerto and a recently unearthed performance of music from "The Warriors".

Artistic Rendering

  1. The RasMol ' spacefill ' command can be used for more artistic rendering of atoms as spheres. (Web site)

Light Reflections

  1. Radiosity is a method of rendering based on an detailed analysis of light reflections off diffuse surfaces.

Computer Graphics Term

  1. Draw distance is a computer graphics term, defined as the distance in a 3 dimensional scene that is still drawn by the rendering engine.

Non-Photorealistic Rendering

  1. These range from character animation and lighting to photorealistic faces and non-photorealistic rendering.

Hardware Rendering

  1. Jahshaka takes advantage of the power of OpenGL to give its users Realtime Effects, interactivity and hardware rendering. (Web site)

Fast Rendering

  1. Although OpenGL does not directly support lighting of lines, fast rendering of illuminated lines can be achieved by using basic texture mapping. (Web site)

Rendering Natural Phenomena

  1. Rendering natural phenomena is a growing area of research in computer graphics. (Web site)

Rendering Pipeline

  1. OpenGL defines a state machine that controls the rendering pipeline. (Web site)

Rendering Functions

  1. OpenGL was designed to be graphic output-only: it provides only rendering functions.

First Ray Casting

  1. The first ray casting (versus ray tracing) algorithm used for rendering was presented by Arthur Appel in 1968.

Rendering Algorithm

  1. Scanline rendering is a rendering algorithm in 3D computer graphics that works on a point-by-point basis rather than polygon-by-polygon basis.

Rendering Algorithms

  1. Many rendering algorithms have been researched, and software used for rendering may employ a number of different techniques to obtain a final image. (Web site)
  2. In ray tracing, bounding volumes are used in ray-intersection tests, and in many rendering algorithms, it is used for viewing frustum tests.
  3. Ray tracing technique has been widely used as the rendering algorithms for realistic image synthesis using global illumination model.

Rendering Method

  1. Ray tracing: A rendering method based on the physical principles of geometric optics that can simulate multiple reflections and transparency.
  2. This is called rasterization, and is the rendering method used by all current graphics cards. (Web site)
  3. The RasMol ' slabmode ' parameter controls the rendering method of objects cut by the slabbing (z-clipping) plane. (Web site)

Rendering Techniques

  1. Caustics is a method of spreading lighting to different sections of a rendered picture by incorporating other rendering techniques to attain this.

Software Rendering

  1. GDI+ will continue to rely on software rendering in Windows 7. (Web site)

Appel

  1. The first ray casting (versus ray tracing) algorithm used for rendering was presented by A. Appel in 1968. (Web site)

Ray Casting

  1. Ray casting is the bottleneck of many rendering algorithms.

Rendering Images

  1. Photo-realistic rendering The process of rendering images so that they closely resemble a photograph. (Web site)
  2. Ray tracing describes a realistic method for rendering images (or frames) constructed in 3D computer graphics environments.
  3. As a result, the possibility of rendering images in real-time is further enhanced.

Path Tracing

  1. Kajiya described a process for rendering images according to this equation using a randomized numerical technique known as path tracing. (Web site)
  2. This paper describes a new acceleration technique for rendering algorithms like path tracing, that use so called gathering random walks.

Rendering Equation

  1. Path tracing is a technique by James Kajiya when he presented his paper on the rendering equation in the 1980s.
  2. The main goal of path tracing is to fully solve the rendering equation.
  3. Photon mapping is a global illumination algorithm that solves the rendering equation.

Molecular Modeling

  1. Molecular modeling and rendering of the images were performed using Pymol software (DeLano, 2002).

Volume Rendering

  1. Now, volume rendering is used in diverse applications such as fluid dynamics, meteorology, failure analysis, and molecular modeling. (Web site)
  2. The main techniques of volume visualization are surface rendering and direct volume rendering.
  3. As we have seen, the emerging trend in computer graphics of volume rendering is affecting the way we will be able to visualise medical data as never before. (Web site)

Views

  1. Two views are shown of the same rendering -- a posterior view and a medial view. (Web site)
  2. Often these views provided by architectural endoscopy are superior to computer rendering s due to more realistic lighting and colour rendition.

Element

  1. A logical fallacy is an element of an argument that is flawed, essentially rendering the line of reasoning, if not the entire argument, invalid. (Web site)

Voice

  1. Like Black Canary, Zatanna's reliance on her voice often led to her being bound and gagged by villains in Silver Age stories, thus rendering her 'powerless'.

Acute

  1. It´s the rendering of 3D computer graphics scenes by using lighting calculations done in a high dynamic range. (Web site)

Symptoms

  1. The symptoms of appendicitis are often vague and unspecific, thus rendering the process of diagnosis very difficult.

Nvidia

  1. Nvidia has no official plans to pursue tile based rendering at current.

Opera

  1. It is a beautiful rendering of the opera.
  2. Opera v8.5 (with an improved rendering engine) is available for the unit, and it is the first version of Opera designed specifically for Windows Mobile 5.0.

Game

  1. This game currently supports software rendering with X11, SDL, or SVGAlib, or hardware accelerated rendering with OpenGL (directly or via SDL).
  2. The game will also deploy new rendering and sound engines that will help take players deeper into the 1960s mindset. (Web site)

Whole

  1. On the rendering of this passage depends our interpretation of the whole of the Fourth Column, where the point will be further discussed. (Web site)
  2. A fallacy is a component of an argument that is demonstrably flawed in its logic or form, thus rendering the argument invalid in whole.
  3. A big advantage of volume rendering is that this interior information is not thrown away, so that it enables one to look at the 3D data set as a whole. (Web site)

Set-Up

  1. A set-up engine allows drivers to pass polygons to the rendering engine in the form of raw vertex information, subpixel polygon addresses. (Web site)

Right

  1. His camouflage is perfect, rendering him totally invisible - except to Mek-Quake, who shoots Deus X right through the head, destroying his cloak.

Remark

  1. Speaking the line, he accidentally dropped the "a", from his remark, rendering the phrase a contradiction (as man in such use is synonymous with mankind).

Space

  1. In both text and math mode a tilde on its own (~) is rendering a white space with no line breaking.

Analysis

  1. A patent attorney performs the same analysis a court uses to assess infringement when rendering an opinion. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Information Technology > Computers > Software > Opengl
  2. Physics > Optics > Light > Lighting
  3. Science > Mathematics > Geometry > Polygons
  4. Information Technology > Computers > Internet > Html
  5. Realistic

Related Keywords

    * Action * Ambient Occlusion * Animation * Antialiasing * Api * Argos * Calculation * Casting * Computer Graphics * Content * Cube Mapping * Direct3D * Directx * Displaying * Dramatic Improvements * Effectiveness * Enhancement * Expensive * Games * Global Illumination * Graphical User Interface * Graphics * Graphics Card * Graphics Hardware * Harmless * Hosting * Html * Immediate Mode * Inactive * Jsp Page * June * Kambar * Level Design * Lighting * Longevity * Modeling * Opengl * Opengl Rendering * Page * Pixels * Polygon * Polygons * Pov-Ray * Process * Program * Quake * Quality * Quite * Radiosity * Rasterization * Ray Tracing * Real-Time * Realistic * Reflection * Renderer * Rendering Process * Rendering Technique * Scanline Rendering * Scene * Screen * Services * Shading * Shadows * Simulation * Standard Api * Stencil Buffer * Struts * Subsurface Scattering * Surfaces * Susceptible * Technique * Texture * Textures * Texture Mapping * Translation * Transmitter * Triangles * Unconscious * User * User Interface * Utah Teapot * Vertex * Video Games * Vulnerable * Web Pages
  1. Books about "Rendering" in Amazon.com

Book: Keywen Category Structure


  Short phrases about "Rendering"
  Originally created: October 31, 2006.
  Links checked: April 09, 2013.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.019 sec. a=1..