Ray Tracing is the fundamental technology behind producing the most realistic images possible on a computer. It exactly replicates the way it is done in the natural world. Every single ray of light is traced from the model to your eye. Pixex by pixel, voxel by voxel, shadows and exterior lighting sources are considered. It is phenomenally computing intensive, but is used more and more commonly for VR Gameworlds and simulations.
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We have never truly succeeded at a VR scent interface. All those we have, bar none, physically release a scent into the room around the user, because we have never been able to grasp how the brain processes the sense of smell. A novel study tracing individual nerve firings with mice in controlled conditions, reveals that the actual organisation of the sense of smell is far more complex than we ever dreamed.
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Adobe Systems, the company famous for tools like Photoshop and Acrobat Reader, is developing software that could bring the power of a Hollywood animation studio to the average computer and let users render high-quality graphics in real time...
(Press Release) Lightworks oday announced a strategic partnership with Caustic Graphics, creators of CausticRT.
CausticRT is an interactive ray tracing application platform, giving users the ability to create photorealistic i...
Scientists around the world are working on mapping out the neural connections found within the brains of animals, hopefully one day leading to a complete "connectome" of the giant human brain. It is believed that once maps of healthy brai...
Research, conducted jointly between a biomedical engineer at Washington University in St. Louis and neurobiologists at the University of Pittsburgh has isolated the centre of the brain responsible for processing reality, and researchers hav...
According to a new manuscript in the Journal of Consumer Research, consumers often quit using products that would be beneficial for them in the long run because they experience a short period of pessimism during their initial encounter with...