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1 Lecture 5: The Rasterization Pipeline Computer Graphics and Imaging UC Berkeley CS184/284A, Spring 2016

2 What We ve Covered So Far z x y z x y (0, 0) (w, h) Position objects and the camera in the world Compute position of objects relative to the camera Project objects onto the screen Sample triangle coverage Interpolate triangle attributes Sample texture maps

3 Rotating Cubes in Perspective

4 Rotating Cubes in Perspective

5 What Else Are We Missing? Credit: Bertrand Benoit. Sweet Feast, [Blender /VRay]

6 What Else Are We Missing? Credit: Giuseppe Albergo. Colibri [Blender]

7 What Else Are We Missing? Surface representations Objects in the real world exhibit highly complex geometric details Lighting and materials Appearance is a result of how light sources reflect off complex materials Camera models Real lenses create images with focusing and other optical effects

8 Course Roadmap Rasterization Pipeline Core Concepts Sampling Antialiasing Transforms Intro Rasterization Transforms & Projection Texture Mapping Today: Visibility, Shading, Overall Pipeline Geometric Modeling Lighting & Materials Cameras & Imaging

9 Visibility

10 Painter s Algorithm Inspired by how painters paint Paint from back to front, overwrite in the framebuffer [Wikipedia]

11 Painter s Algorithm Requires sorting in depth (O(n log n) for n triangles) Can have unresolvable depth order [Foley et al.]

12 Z-Buffer (Visibility Solution That s Won) Store current min. z-value for each sample position Additional buffer for depth values framebuffer stores RBG color values depth buffer (z-buffer) stores depth (16 to 32 bits)

13 Z-Buffer Example Image credit: Dominic Alves, flickr. Rendering Depth buffer

14 Z-Buffer Algorithm Initialize depth buffer to During rasterization: for (each triangle T) for (each sample (x,y,z) in T) if (z < zbuffer[x,y]) framebuffer[x,y] = rgb; // closest so far // update color zbuffer[x,y] = z; // update z

15 Z-Buffer Algorithm

16 Z-Buffer Complexity Complexity O(n) for n triangles How can we sort n triangles in linear time? Most important visibility algorithm Implemented in hardware for all GPUs Used by OpenGL

17 Simple Shading (Blinn-Phong Reflection Model)

18 Simple Shading vs Realistic Lighting & Materials What we will cover today A local shading model: simple, per-pixel, fast Based on perceptual observations, not physics What we will cover later in the course Physics-based lighting and material representations Global light transport simulation

19 Perceptual Observations Specular highlights Diffuse reflection Ambient lighting Photo credit: Jessica Andrews, flickr

20 Local Shading Compute light reflected toward camera Inputs: Viewer direction, v Surface normal, n Light direction, l (for each of many lights) l n v Surface parameters (color, shininess, )

21 Diffuse Reflection Light is scattered uniformly in all directions Surface color is the same for all viewing directions Lambert s cosine law l n Top face of cube receives a certain amount of light Top face of 60º rotated cube intercepts half the light In general, light per unit area is proportional to cos θ = l n

22 Light Falloff r intensity here: I/r 2 1 intensity here: I

23 Lambertian (Diffuse) Shading Shading independent of view direction illumination from source l n L d = k d (I/r 2 ) max(0, n l) v diffuse coefficient diffusely reflected light

24 Lambertian (Diffuse) Shading Produces matte appearance [Foley et al.] k d

25 Specular Shading (Blinn-Phong) Intensity depends on view direction Bright near mirror reflection direction l n v

26 Specular Shading (Blinn-Phong) Close to mirror half vector near normal Measure near by dot product of unit vectors h = bisector(v, l) l n h = v + l v + l v L s = k s (I/r 2 ) max(0, cos ) p = k s (I/r 2 ) max(0, n h) p specularly reflected light specular coefficient

27 Cosine Power Plots Increasing p narrows the reflection lobe [Foley et al.]

28 Specular Shading (Blinn-Phong) L s = k s (I/r 2 ) max(0, n h) p k s [Foley et al.] p

29 Ambient Shading Shading that does not depend on anything Add constant color to account for disregarded illumination and fill in black shadows L a = k a I a ambient coefficient reflected ambient light

30 Blinn-Phong Reflection Model Ambient + Diffuse + Specular = Phong Reflection L = L a + L d + L s = k a I a + k d (I/r 2 ) max(0, n l)+k s (I/r 2 ) max(0, n h) p

32 Shading Frequency: Triangle, Vertex or Pixel Shade each triangle (flat shading) Triangle face is flat one normal vector Not good for smooth surfaces Shade each vertex ( Gouraud shading) Interpolate colors from vertices across triangle Each vertex has a normal vector Shade each pixel ( Phong shading) Interpolate normal vectors across each triangle Compute full shading model at each pixel

33 Defining Per-Vertex Normal Vectors Best to get vertex normals from the underlying geometry e.g. consider a sphere Otherwise have to infer vertex normals from triangle faces Simple scheme: average surrounding face normals

34 Defining Per-Pixel Normal Vectors Barycentric interpolation of vertex normals

35 Rasterization Pipeline

36 Rasterization Pipeline Application Input: vertices in 3D space Vertex Processing 2 Vertex Stream Vertices positioned in screen space Triangle Processing Triangle Stream Triangles positioned in screen space Rasterization Fragment Stream Fragments (one per covered sample) Fragment Processing Shaded Fragments Shaded fragments Framebuffer Operations Display Output: image (pixels)

37 Rasterization Pipeline Application Vertex Processing Modeling & viewing transforms Vertex Stream Triangle Processing y Triangle Stream Rasterization z Fragment Stream x Fragment Processing Shaded Fragments Framebuffer Operations Display

38 Rasterization Pipeline Application Vertex Processing Sampling triangle coverage Vertex Stream Triangle Processing Triangle Stream Rasterization Fragment Stream Fragment Processing Shaded Fragments Framebuffer Operations Display

39 Rasterization Pipeline Application Vertex Processing Evaluating shading functions Vertex Stream Triangle Processing Triangle Stream Rasterization Fragment Stream Ambient + Diffuse Fragment Processing Shaded Fragments Framebuffer Operations Display + Specular = Phong Reflection

40 Rasterization Pipeline Application Vertex Processing Texture mapping Vertex Stream Triangle Processing Triangle Stream Rasterization Fragment Stream Fragment Processing Shaded Fragments Framebuffer Operations Display

41 Rasterization Pipeline Application Vertex Processing Z-Buffer Visibility Tests Vertex Stream Triangle Processing Triangle Stream Rasterization Fragment Stream Fragment Processing Shaded Fragments Framebuffer Operations Display

42 Shader Programs Program vertex and fragment processing stages Describe operation on a single vertex (or fragment) Example GLSL fragment shader program uniform sampler2d mytexture; uniform vec3 lightdir; varying vec2 uv; varying vec3 norm; void diffuseshader() { vec3 kd; kd = texture2d(mytexture, uv); kd *= clamp(dot(- lightdir, norm), 0.0, 1.0); gl_fragcolor = vec4(kd, 1.0); } Shader function executes once per fragment. Outputs color of surface at the current fragment s screen sample position. This shader performs a texture lookup to obtain the surface s material color at this point, then performs a diffuse lighting calculation.

43 Shader Programs Program vertex and fragment processing stages Describe operation on a single vertex (or fragment) Example GLSL fragment shader program uniform sampler2d mytexture; uniform vec3 lightdir; varying vec2 uv; varying vec3 norm; // program parameter // program parameter // per fragment value (interp. by rasterizer) // per fragment value (interp. by rasterizer) void diffuseshader() { vec3 kd; kd = texture2d(mytexture, uv); // material color from texture kd *= clamp(dot(- lightdir, norm), 0.0, 1.0); // Lambertian shading model gl_fragcolor = vec4(kd, 1.0); // output fragment color }

44 Goal: Highly Complex 3D Scenes in Realtime 100 s of thousands to millions of triangles in a scene Complex vertex and fragment shader computations High resolution (2-4 megapixel + supersampling) frames per second Unreal Engine Kite Demo (Epic Games 2015)

45 Graphics Pipeline Implementation: GPUs Specialized processors for executing graphics pipeline computations Discrete GPU Card (NVIDIA GeForce Titan X) Integrated GPU: (Part of Intel CPU die)

46 GPU: Heterogeneous, Multi-Core Procesor Modern GPUs offer ~2-4 Tera-FLOPs of performance for executing vertex and fragment shader programs Tera-Op s of fixed-function compute capability over here

47 Things to Remember Visibility Painter s algorithm and Z-Buffer algorithm Simple Shading Model Key geometry: lighting, viewing & normal vectors Ambient, diffuse & specular reflection functions Shading frequency: triangle, vertex or fragment Graphics Rasterization Pipeline Where do transforms, rasterization, shading, texturing and visibility computations occur? GPU = parallel processor implementing graphics pipeline

48 Acknowledgments Thanks to Steve Marschner, Mark Pauly and Kayvon Fatahalian for presentation resources.

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