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The SAGE graphics architecture

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The SAGE graphics architecture
The Scalable, Advanced Graphics Environment (SAGE) is a new high-end, multi-chip rendering architecture. Each single SAGE board can render in excess of 80 million fully lit, textured, antialiased triangles per second. SAGE brings high quality antialiasing filters to video rate hardware for the first time. To achieve this, the concept of a frame buffer is replaced by a fully double-buffered sample buffer of between 1 and 16 non-uniformly placed samples per final output pixel. The video output raster of samples is subject to convolution by a 5
Michael Deering, David Naegle
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where TOG
Authors Michael Deering, David Naegle
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