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1 CS184: Computer Graphics Lecture #10: Raytracing Prof. James O Brien University of California, Berkeley V Administrative Prof. O Brien away this Thursday and Friday Available after class today Pixar info session on March 9 (maybe) Put name and address on sheet after class Assignment #3 Midterm in two weeks 2
2 Today Raytracing Shadows and direct lighting Reflection and refraction Antialiasing, motion blur, soft shadows, and depth of field Intersection Tests Rayprimitive Sublinear tests 3 Light in an Environment Lady writing a Letter with her Maid National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin Johannes Vermeer,
3 Global Illumination Effects PCKTWTCH Kevin Odhner POVRay 5 Global Illumination Effects A Philco 6Z4 Vacuum Tube Steve Anger POVRay 6
4 Global Illumination Effects Caustic Sphere Henrik Jensen (refraction caustic) 7 Global Illumination Effects Caustic Ring Henrik Jensen (reflection caustic) 8
5 Global Illumination Effects Sphere Flake Henrik Jensen 9 Early Raytracing Turner Whitted 10
6 Raytracing Scan conversion 3D! 2D! Image Based on transforming geometry Raytracing 3D! Image Geometric reasoning about light rays 11 Raytracing Eye, view plane section, and scene 12
7 Raytracing Launch ray from eye through pixel, see what it hits 13 Raytracing Compute color and fillin the pixel 14
8 Raytracing Basic tasks Build a ray Figure out what a ray hits Compute shading 15 Building Eye Rays Rectilinear image plane build from four points UL v E P UR LL u LR P = u (vll + (1 v)ul)+ (1 u)(vlr + (1 v)ur) 16
9 Building Eye Rays Nonlinear projections Nonplanar projection surface Variable eye location 17 Examples MultipleCenterofProjection Images P. Rademacher and G. Bishop SIGGRAPH
10 Examples Spherical and Cylindrical Projections Ben Kreunen From Big Ben's Panorama Tutorials 19 Raytracing Basic tasks Build a ray Figure out what a ray hits Compute shading 20
11 Ray equation Building Eye Rays R(t) = E +t(p E) t [1... +!] Through eye at At pixel center at t = 0 t = 1 E P 21 Shadow Rays Detect shadow by rays to light source R(t) = S +t(l S) t [!...1) Lights Occluder Shadow ray  no shadow Shadow ray  shadow Incoming (eye) ray 22
12 Test for occluder Shadow Rays No occluder, shade normally ( e.g. Phong model ) Yes occluder, skip light ( don t skip ambient ) Self shadowing Add shadow bias Test object ID Selfshadowing Correct 23 Reflection Rays Recursive shading R(t) = S +t B Ray bounces off object Treat bounce rays (mostly) like eye rays Shade bounce ray and return color Shadow rays Recursive reflections Add color to shading at original point Specular or separate reflection coefficient t [!... + ") ˆn 24
13 Recursion Depth Reflection Rays Truncate at fixed number of bounces Multiplier less than J.N.D. 25 Refracted Rays Transparent materials bend light n i Snell s Law = sin! t ( see clever formula in text... ) n t sin! i sin! t > 1 Total (internal) reflection I R n i n t! i! t T 26
14 Refracted Rays Coefficient on transmitted ray depends on! Schlick approximation to Fresnel Equations k t (! i ) = k 0 + (1 k 0 )(1 cos! i ) 5 ( ) 2 nt 1 k 0 = n t + 1 Attenuation Wavelength (color) dependant Exponential with distance 27 Refracted Rays O Brien and Hodgins, SIGGRAPH
15 AntiAliasing Boolean on/off for pixels causes problems Consider scan conversion algorithm: Compare to casting a ray through each pixel center Recall Nyquist Theorem Sampling rate! twice highest frequency 29 AntiAliasing Desired solution of an integral over pixel 30
16 Distributed Raytracing Send multiple rays through each pixel One Sample 5x5 Grid 5x5 Jittered Grid Average results together Jittering trades aliasing for noise 31 Distributed Raytracing Use multiple rays for reflection and refraction At each bounce send out many extra rays Quasirandom directions Use BRDF (or Phong approximation) for weights How many rays? 32
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18 Soft Shadows Soft shadows result from nonpoint lights Some part of light visible, some other part occluded Penumbra Umbra Penumbra Figure from S. Chenney 36
19 Soft Shadows Distribute shadow rays over light surface All shadow rays go through No shadow rays go through Some shadow rays go through Figure from S. Chenney
20 Motion Blur Distribute rays over time More when we talk about animation... Pool Balls Tom Porter RenderMan 39 Depth of Field Distribute rays over a lens assembly Kolb, Mitchell, and Hanrahan SIGGRAPH
21 Other Lens Effects Kolb, Mitchell, and Hanrahan SIGGRAPH Ray equation: Ray vs Sphere Test R(t) = A +t D Implicit equation for sphere: X C 2 r 2 = 0 Combine: R(t) C 2 r 2 = 0 A +t D C 2 r 2 = 0 C r Quadratic equation in t A D 42
22 Ray vs Sphere Test Two solutions One solution Imaginary 43 Ray vs Triangle Ray equation: R(t) = A +t D Triangle in barycentric coordinates: X(!,") = V 1 +!(V 2 V 1 ) + "(V 3 V 1 ) Combine: V 1 +!(V 2 V 1 ) + "(V 3 V 1 ) = A +t D Solve for!, ", and t 3 equations 3 unknowns Beware divide by nearzero Check ranges 44
23 Acceleration BSPtrees w/ bounding boxes 45 Suggested Reading Fundamentals of Computer Graphics by Pete Shirley Chapters 9, 14, and 15 46
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