Diffuse Reflective Coefficient
The diffuse reflective coefficient is a luminosity texturemap that is applied over the visible texturemap on one or more polygons of an object. It contains a greyscale grid for use by raycasting or raytracing algorithms, to tell the renderer the degree of matte that a given pixel exhibits, controlling how light is reflected, if at all.
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There is a necessity to virtualise every basic part of a person's body in order to create a virtual shell that is as comfortable or more comfortable than the original physical shell. It goes beyond the basic external senses, it goes beyond proprioception, and into the realm of, as the Matrix films would say "residual self image". It is necessary to create a form complete and intricate enough that the person whose mind is inside it can walk in front of a reflective surface, look in and feel 'that's me.'
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Light is intangible and, in addition, it travels at great velocity. Nevertheless, it can be confined to a very small space by controllably inserting light into a microscopic container surrounded by reflective walls. The light will then be s...
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HP today announced the launch of a new display technology for the personalization of consumer electronics products.
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