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by Henrik Wann Jensen

eBook Realistic Image Synthesis Using Photon Mapping ePub
Author: Henrik Wann Jensen
Language: English
ISBN: 1568811470
ISBN13: 978-1568811475
Publisher: A K Peters/CRC Press; 1 edition (July 18, 2001)
Pages: 208
Category: Graphics & Design
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 579
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ePub file: 1302 kb
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The creation of realistic three-dimensional images is central to computer graphics. Photon mapping, an extension of ray tracing, makes it possible to efficiently simulate global illumination in complex scenes.

The creation of realistic three-dimensional images is central to computer graphics. Photon mapping can simulate caustics (focused light, such as shimmering waves at the bottom of a swimming pool), diffuse inter-reflections (. the bleeding of colored light from a red wall onto a white floor, giving the floor a reddish tint), and participating media (. This book is a practical guide to photon mapping

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Henrik Wann Jensen (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1568811475. Prime Book Box for Kids. The introduction and background chapters are particularly well written, making this a useful text for a graduate-level course in image synthesis.

Henrik Wann Jensen This book is a practical guide to photon mapping; it provides both the theory and the practical insight necessary to implement photon.

Format: Hardcover Publication Date: July 2001 Publisher: AK Peters ISBN: 1568811470. This book is a practical guide to photon mapping; it provides both the theory and the practical insight necessary to implement photon mapping and simulate all types of direct and indirect illumination efficiently. Realistic Image Synthesis. Overview of this Book. 2. Fundamentals of Global Illumination.

Photon mapping, an extension of ray tracing, makes it possible to efficiently simulate global illumination in complex scenes. Photon mapping can simulate caustics (focused light, like shimmering waves at the bottom of a swimming pool), diffuse inter-reflections (. the "bleeding" of colored light from a red wall onto a white floor, giving the floor a reddish tint), and participating media (such as clouds or smoke)

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Realisic Image Synthesis Using Photon Mapping. The photon map technique for global illumination does not specifically address animated scenes

Realisic Image Synthesis Using Photon Mapping. The photon map technique for global illumination does not specifically address animated scenes. In particular, prior work has not considered the problem of temporal sampling (motion blur) while using the photon map. In this paper we examine several approaches for simulating motion blur with the photon map.

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Realistic image synthesis using photon mapping. Photon mapping on programmable graphics hardware. TJ Purcell, C Donner, M Cammarano, HW Jensen, P Hanrahan. AK Peters/CRC Press, 2001. A practical model for subsurface light transport. HW Jensen, SR Marschner, M Levoy, P Hanrahan. Proceedings of the 28th annual conference on Computer graphics an. 2001. Global illumination using photon maps. Rendering Techniques’ 96, 21-30, 1996. Efficient simulation of light transport in scenes with participating media using photon maps. ACM SIGGRAPH 2005 Courses, 258, 2005.

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Photon mapping, an extension of ray tracing, makes it possible to efficiently simulate global illumination in complex scenes. Photon mapping can simulate caustics (focused light, like shimmering waves at the bottom of a swimming pool), diffuse inter-reflections (e.g., the "bleeding" of colored light from a red wall onto a white floor, giving the floor a reddish tint), and participating media (such as clouds or smoke). This book is a practical guide to photon mapping; it provides the theory andpractical insight necessary to implement photon mapping and simulate all types of direct and indirect illumination efficiently.

Kiutondyl
This book provides a excellent introduction to the subject of ray-tracing. It is well organised, and covers a lot of ground. To fully understand the technicalities you should be comfortable with intergrals, goniometry and linear algebra. However, this mostly applies to chapter two, and most material is quite easy to understand intuitively, I believe. After reading the book I felt that ray-tracing really isn't such a complex matter as I though it would be (although it is far from trivial!), and felt like it would be fun to try and write a ray-tracer as a hobby project. Regarding such a project, the book is all-inclusive, even providing some source code and data for some glass objects.
Some more example images of ray-traced scene, even if black&white only, would make the book even more fun to read.
Moogugore
The content of the book is not a problem and is the definitive place to look if you want to implement photon mapping. But the physical quality of the book is so bad that it's literally down-right pirated book quality. You can get the same printing quality by just sending the original hard cover version of the book (which is unfortunately out of print and is sold at $270 by some sellers on Amazon) through a copy machine, and even then you still get better paper. I expected the paperback version of the book to have lower quality than the hardcover one, but didn't expected to be this low.
Not-the-Same
Photon mapping is an extremely powerful global illumination algorithm. It is probably the most important thing that happened to rendering in the last ten years, in my humble oppinion.

Its inventer, Jensen did an exceptional job at explaining it with this book. The way the book is put togather is sublime. It goes into detailed explanation of the foundations and previous works in computer graphics to be pertinent rather than tedious. If you understand the math that he presented to you, great! But what's really cool is that the math will tend to make more and more sense intuitively as you read and implement the algorithm. You will probably need some form of computer science background (analysis of algorithms and at least one computer graphics course) to fully appreciate it. But anyone should be able to implement a photon mapper in C++ after reading the book. Jensen even gives you the source code for a photon map, all you need is to write a ray tracer.

I would definitely recommend this book for anyone who is interested in computer graphics, especially if you are interested in rendering. Every CS student in rendering should write a hemicube radiosity renderer and a photon mapper... or at least own this book.
Eigonn
concise but clear and contains all the useful info, developing the photon mapping technique with a practical attitude through the course of the book, viewing related ideas along the way. its probably best if you already have some understanding of how BRDFs, monte-carlo, and raytracing work.
one of the appeals of this branch of graphics is that the core concepts are simple and general - particles of light moving in straight lines and bouncing off things - something that is easy to grasp. but where this is so often clouded with equations when reading research papers, this book doesnt forget that computer graphics is about algorithms, and it explores those basic concepts in that way. mathematics just provides some checkpoints.
at the end its become quite a complex system, but still not perfect. by then though, youll be wondering about your own possible extensions or variations... hmmm...
if youve had an inclination to investigate the ray/path/particle-tracing side of graphics, or if you want to develop a high-quality renderer then this is a must have.
(i think the marble bust is artemis. hail artemis!)
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