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Multidimensional adaptive sampling and reconstruction for ray tracing

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Multidimensional adaptive sampling and reconstruction for ray tracing
We present a new adaptive sampling strategy for ray tracing. Our technique is specifically designed to handle multidimensional sample domains, and it is well suited for efficiently generating images with effects such as soft shadows, motion blur, and depth of field. These effects are problematic for existing image based adaptive sampling techniques as they operate on pixels, which are possibly noisy results of a Monte Carlo ray tracing process. Our sampling technique operates on samples in the multidimensional space given by the rendering equation and as a consequence the value of each sample is noise-free. Our algorithm consists of two passes. In the first pass we adaptively generate samples in the multidimensional space, focusing on regions where the local contrast between samples is high. In the second pass we reconstruct the image by integrating the multidimensional function along all but the image dimensions. We perform a high quality anisotropic reconstruction by determining the...
Toshiya Hachisuka, Wojciech Jarosz, Richard Peter
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where TOG
Authors Toshiya Hachisuka, Wojciech Jarosz, Richard Peter Weistroffer, Kevin Dale, Greg Humphreys, Matthias Zwicker, Henrik Wann Jensen
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