Chromatic dispersion is a lighting reflection technique used to make a texture truly look metallic by scattering raytraced light just as shiny metal would do. It is naturally a fairly processor intensive task, but creates mirror-effect textures that naturally distort reflections to the shape of the object.
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Unmanned aerial vehicles UAVs deployed on landscape analysis missions carry optical measuring equipment that is required to operate free of chromatic aberration. Researchers have now designed an all-reflective zoom objective with deformable...
Researchers from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology have developed a brush-and-ink-style paint program, dubbed Moxi,which recreates the physics of painting in the physical world exactly.
Using a particle model...
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