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Theory and Analysis of Higher-Order Motion Blur Rasterization
A common assumption in motion blur rendering is that the triangle vertices move in straight lines. In this paper, we focus on scenarios where this assumption is no longer valid, such as motion due to fast rotation and other ...
Hierarchical Stochastic Motion Blur Rasterization
We present a hierarchical traversal algorithm for stochastic rasterization of motion blur, which efficiently reduces the number of inside tests needed to resolve spatio-temporal visibility. Our method is based on novel ...
Depth Buffer Compression for Stochastic Motion Blur Rasterization
Previous depth buffer compression schemes are tuned for compressing depths values generated when rasterizing static triangles. They provide generous bandwidth usage savings, and are of great importance to graphics processors. ...
Masked Software Occlusion Culling
(The Eurographics Association, 2016)
Efficient occlusion culling in dynamic scenes is a very important topic to the game and real-time graphics community in order to accelerate rendering. We present a novel algorithm inspired by recent advances in depth culling ...