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Conservative Morphological Anti-Aliasing (CMAA)

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Virtual reality is rapidly gaining popularity, and may soon become a common way of viewing 3D environments. While stereo rendering has been performed on consumer grade graphics processors for a while now, the new wave of virtual reality display devices have two properties that typical applications have not needed to consider before. Pixels no longer appear on regular grids and the displays...
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VR Optimization Tips from Underminer Studios

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CPUs are set to dominate high end visualization

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In this article, Author discuss some of the challenges involved in creating content for VR from a developer’s perspective and look at some ways that our team is changing the process we use so that we can create content more efficiently, more effectively, and more collaboratively.
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Enhancing User Experience: Krita Application Utilizing Multiple Cores on Intel® Architecture Platforms

Multiple cores and Intel HT Technology significantly improve the performance of processor-intensive computations. A performance gain of 4.37X is achieved when an animation is rendered using all cores in a 6Core system with Intel HT Technology turned on, compared to rendering the animation on one core. This visible and measurable performance gain translates to reduced waiting times by Krita...
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Vitruvian Game Wingsuit—VR Automation

Through virtual reality and an electronically controlled mechanism, the wingsuit flight simulator calls to mind the Vitruvian Man of Leonardo da Vinci. The user controls the flight with a joystick and wears a backpack that wirelessly (thanks to the battery) creates virtual reality. You can fly anywhere for a unique experience. The engines, in full security, allow the person to move like a...
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Optimizing the User Experience of VR Games on IA for e-Sports

VR, as a new form of interaction between humans and the virtual world, is able to immerse users by making them feel like they are experiencing the simulated reality. However, it’s not easy to achieve considering the frame rendering budget for VR is 11.1ms per frame (90fps), and you need to render the entire scene twice (once for each eye). In this session, we’ll focus on both performance and user...
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Coarse Pixel Shading with Temporal Supersampling

In this paper we extend coarse pixel shading with a temporal supersampling scheme that notably improves image quality and provides substantial reduction in shading cost compared to checkerboard rendering.

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