Embree - Photo-Realistic Ray Tracing Kernels

Embree: Photo-Realistic Ray Tracing Kernels

Embree is a collection of high-performance ray tracing kernels developed at Intel. The kernels are optimized for photo-realistic rendering on the latest Intel® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™.

Please visit the Embree project page http://embree.github.io for more information.

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anonymous's picture

Had the same error here when building 32bit (debug) using Visual Studio 2012.

Try to build in 64bit release mode (maybe debug works also, don't know).

anonymous's picture

Where can I get that headlight model, materials, textures, etc.?

anonymous's picture

Is AVX2 (256 8x32bit integer vector instructions) in Haswell capable of adding more perf to raytracing kernels or acceleration structures build and traverse?
Are you adding Intel Xeon Phi support for Intel embree once Xeon Phi is released using __m512 intrinsics?

Also some bug compiling embree 1.1 beta in vs 2012rc in 32bit mode I get error

error C2719 's': el parámetro formal con __declspec(align('16')) no se alineará
from rtcoretriangletriangle4i_intersector1_moeller_mb.h
template<typename T> __forceinline Vec3<T> select ( typename T::Mask s, const Vec3<T>& t, const Vec3<T>& f ) {

anonymous's picture

Embree is perfectly awesome and I'm happy to see this from Intel, thank you so much for writing Embree and make it open-source.

anonymous's picture

schon beeindruckend, was man damit bildlich erzeugen kann.

anonymous's picture

Nice to see more companies coming into this industry!

anonymous's picture

"it only takes a minute to compute" on what equipment?

Also, do these two appear at parties? I'd like to hire them for my Hanukkah party.

anonymous's picture

Nils? Is that you Slin?


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