Implementing efficient virtual shadow maps for many lights

Olsson, Ola, Sintorn, Erik, Kampe, Viktor, Billeter, Markus and Assarsson, Ulf (2014). Implementing efficient virtual shadow maps for many lights. In: SIGGRAPH '14 ACM SIGGRAPH 2014 Talks. Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Ineractive Techniques Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, (). 10-14 August 2014. doi:10.1145/2614106.2614202


Author Olsson, Ola
Sintorn, Erik
Kampe, Viktor
Billeter, Markus
Assarsson, Ulf
Title of paper Implementing efficient virtual shadow maps for many lights
Conference name Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Ineractive Techniques Conference
Conference location Vancouver, BC, Canada
Conference dates 10-14 August 2014
Convener ACM
Proceedings title SIGGRAPH '14 ACM SIGGRAPH 2014 Talks
Place of Publication New York, NY, United States
Publisher ACM
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Other
DOI 10.1145/2614106.2614202
ISBN 9781450329606
Total pages 1
Abstract/Summary In the past few years, several techniques have been presented that enable real-time shading using many hundreds or thousands of lights [Harada et al. 2013]. However, only recently has a comprehensive study including shadows been presented by Olsson et al. [2014], where real-time performance is achieved for several hundred light sources with high quality and controllable memory footprint. The new algorithm uses many modern features of OpenGL and contains many design choices only described very briefly in the paper. We present additional details and focus on the practical implementation aspects of the system, in order to facilitate the implementation of the algorithm for the game development community.
Subjects 1704 Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
1707 Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

 
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