Advanced Animation and Rendering Techniques: Theory and Practice
Dealing with state-of-the-art techniques in rendering and animation, this text provides a unique synthesis of advanced techniques not previously available in one coherent source. *A clear account of graphics algorithms in sufficient detail for ease of implementation together with a comprehensive study of the underlying theoretical principles. *Case studies based on work commercially produced for television with code examples in C. *Extensive coverage of advanced animation techniques, particularly soft body animation, articulated structures and a detailed description of scripting techniques. *A colour section in which almost all the images have been produced by the authors using the techniques described in the book.
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Rendering polygonal objects
The theory and practice of lightobject
The theory and practice of parametric
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algorithm aliasing angle anti-aliasing applied approach approximation B-spline bounding volumes bump map calculated caustic Chapter clipped colour computer graphics consider control points cube defined deformation described diffuse direction distributed ray tracing domain edge effect environment mapping equation evaluated example FFD block filter form factor Fourier frame frequency function geometric given global hemicube hidden surface illumination implementation intensity interaction interpolation intersection kinematics knot vector light source linear matrix mip-map node normal object octree parametric patch Phong pixel plane Plate polygon problem produce projection quaternion radiosity radiosity method ray tracing recursive reflection model refraction region rendering RenderMan representation rotation sampling scan line scene screen space Section segment shader shading shadow volume shape shown in Figure SIGGRAPH simulate solution spatial specified specular sphere spline structure subdivision surface normal technique term texture mapping three-dimensional tion transformation tree two-dimensional velocity vertex vertex normals vertices visual voxel wave Z-buffer