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1 Ray Casting Last Time? Luxo Jr. Applications of Computer Graphics Overview of the semester IFS Assignment 0 due 11:59pm Questions? 1 2 Notes on Assignments Make sure you turn in a linux or windows executable (so we can test your program) Don't use athena dialup In your README.txt time spent, collaborators, known bugs, extensions Administrivia: Lab & Office Hours Barb Mondays 6-8pm in W Fredo Tuesdays 6-7pm in W Rob Wednesdays 8-11pm in W Send to make an appointment for some other time 3 4 Overview of Today Ray Casting Basics Camera and Ray Generation Ray Casting For every pixel Construct a ray from the eye For every object in the scene Find intersection with the ray Keep if closest Ray-Plane Intersection Ray-Sphere Intersection 5 6

2 Shading For every pixel Construct a ray from the eye For every object in the scene Find intersection with the ray Keep if closest Shade depending on light and normal vector 7 A Note on Shading Surface/Scene Characteristics: surface normal direction to light viewpoint Material Properties Diffuse (matte) Specular (shiny) Much more next Thursday! Diffuse sphere L Specular spheres 8 N V Ray Tracing Ray Tracing Secondary rays (shadows, reflection, refraction) In a couple of weeks reflection refraction 9 10 Ray Casting For every pixel Construct a ray from the eye For every object in the scene Find intersection with the ray Keep if closest Shade depending on light and normal vector N Finding the intersection and normal is the central part of ray casting Ray Representation? Two vectors: Origin Direction (normalized is better) Parametric line P(t) = origin + t * direction P(t) direction origin 11 12

3 Durer s Ray Casting Machine Albrecht Durer, 16 th century Durer s Ray Casting Machine Albrecht Durer, 16 th century Durer s Ray Casting Machine Questions? Albrecht Durer, 16 th century 15 Henrik Wann Jensen & Stephen Duck 16 Overview of Today Cameras Ray Casting Basics Camera and Ray Generation For every pixel Construct a ray from the eye For every object in the scene Find intersection with ray Keep if closest Ray-Plane Intersection Ray-Sphere Intersection 17 18

4 Pinhole Camera Box with a tiny hole Inverted image Similar triangles Oldest Illustration Perfect image if hole infinitely small Pure geometric optics No depth of field issue From. R. Gemma Frisius, Camera Obscura 20 Camera Obscura Today Abelardo Morell 21 Camera Obscura in Art Addicted to Love 22 Simplified Pinhole Camera Eye-image pyramid (frustum) Note that the distance/size of image are arbitrary Johannes Vermeer ~

5 Camera Description? Perspective vs. Orthographic Eye point e (center) Orthobasis u, v, w (horizontal, up, -direction) Field of view angle Image rectangle height, width perspective orthographic Parallel projection No foreshortening No vanishing point Orthographic Camera Other Weird Cameras E.g. fish eye, omnimax, panorama Ray Generation? Origin = center + (x-0.5)*size*horizontal + (y-0.5)*size*up Direction is constant Questions? Overview of Today Ray Casting Basics Camera and Ray Generation Ray-Plane Intersection Ray-Sphere Intersection 29 30

6 Ray Casting For every pixel Construct a ray from the eye For every object in the scene Find intersection with the ray Keep if closest First we will study ray-plane intersection Recall: Ray Representation Parametric line P(t) = + t * Explicit representation P(t) direction origin D Plane Representation? Plane defined by P o = (x,y,z) n = (A,B,C) Implicit plane equation H(P) = Ax+By+Cz+D = 0 = n P + D = 0 Point-Plane distance? If n is normalized, distance to plane, d = H(P) d is the signed distance! H(p) = d > 0 P normal 33 P o H P' H(p) = d < 0 Explicit vs. Implicit? Ray equation is explicit P(t) = + t * Parametric Generates points Hard to verify that a point is on the ray Plane equation is implicit H(P) = n P + D = 0 Solution of an equation Does not generate points Verifies that a point is on the plane Exercise: Explicit plane and implicit ray 34 Ray-Plane Intersection Intersection means both are satisfied So, insert explicit equation of ray into implicit equation of plane & solve for t P(t) = + t * H(P) = n P + D = 0 n ( + t * ) + D = 0 t = -(D + n ) / n P(t) Additional Housekeeping Verify that intersection is closer than previous P(t) < t current Verify that it is not out of range (behind eye) P(t) > t min P(t) 35 36

7 Normal Questions? For shading diffuse: dot product between light and normal Normal is constant normal Image by Henrik Wann Jensen Overview of Today Ray Casting Basics Camera and Ray Generation Sphere Representation? Implicit sphere equation Assume centered at origin (easy to translate) H(P) = P P - r 2 = 0 Ray-Plane Intersection Ray-Sphere Intersection Ray-Sphere Intersection Insert explicit equation of ray into implicit equation of sphere & solve for t P(t) = + t* H(P) = P P -r 2 = 0 ( + t ) ( + t )-r 2 = 0 t t + -r 2 = 0 Ray-Sphere Intersection Quadratic: at 2 + bt + c = 0 a = 1 (remember, = 1) b = 2 c = r 2 with discriminant and solutions 41 42

8 Ray-Sphere Intersection 3 cases, depending on the sign of b 2 4ac What do these cases correspond to? Which root (t+ or t-) should you choose? Closest positive! (usually t-) Ray-Sphere Intersection It's so easy that all ray-tracing images have spheres! Geometric Ray-Sphere Intersection Shortcut / easy reject What geometric information is important? Ray origin inside/outside sphere? Closest point to ray from sphere origin? Ray direction: pointing away from sphere? Geometric Ray-Sphere Intersection Is ray origin inside/outside/on sphere? ( < r 2 / > r 2 / = r 2 ) If origin on sphere, be careful about degeneracies O r Geometric Ray-Sphere Intersection Is ray origin inside/outside/on sphere? Find closest point to sphere center, t P = - If origin outside & t P < 0 no hit Geometric Ray-Sphere Intersection Is ray origin inside/outside/on sphere? Find closest point to sphere center, t P = -. Find squared distance, d 2 = -t P 2 If d 2 > r 2 no hit O r O d r t P 47 t P 48

9 Geometric Ray-Sphere Intersection Is ray origin inside/outside/on sphere? Find closest point to sphere center, t P = -. Find squared distance: d 2 = -t 2 P Find distance (t ) from closest point (t P ) to correct intersection: t 2 = r 2 -d 2 If origin outside sphere t = t P -t If origin inside sphere t = t P + t O d r Geometric vs. Algebraic Algebraic is simple & generic Geometric is more efficient Timely tests In particular for rays outside and pointing away t t P t Sphere Normal Questions? Simply Q/ Q Q = P(t), intersection point (for spheres centered at origin) O Q R o normal Precision What happens when Origin is on an object? Grazing rays? Problem with floating-point approximation The evil ε In ray tracing, do NOT report intersection for rays starting at the surface (no false positive) Because secondary rays Requires epsilons reflection shadow refraction 53 54

10 The evil ε: a hint of nightmare Edges in triangle meshes Must report intersection (otherwise not watertight) No false negative Assignment 1: Ray Casting Write a basic ray caster Orthographic camera Sphere Intersection Main loop rendering 2 Display modes: color and distance We provide: Ray: origin, direction Hit: t, Material, (normal) Scene Parsing Object-Oriented Design We want to be able to add primitives easily Inheritance and virtual methods Even the scene is derived from Object3D! Object3D bool intersect(ray, Hit, tmin) Graphics Textbooks Recommended for 6.837: Peter Shirley Fundamentals of Computer Graphics AK Peters Ray Tracing Plane bool intersect(ray, Hit, tmin) Sphere bool intersect(ray, Hit, tmin) Triangle bool intersect(ray, Hit, tmin) Group bool intersect(ray, Hit, tmin) Questions? Next Time: More Ray Casting Other primitives Boxes Polygons Triangles IFS? 59 60

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