procedural rendering

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procedural rendering

The application of special rendering techniques to selected elements in a 3D image. See rendering.
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The use of procedural generation in game design can help with the intricate and multifarious aspects of game development; thus facilitating cost reduction.
Therefore, procedural generation techniques have to be used to generate and fill these missing details.
In the previous section, we have discussed various methods that focus on the procedural generation and/or 3D visualization of natural environments, but often these methods are limited and do not provide satisfactory results.
Van De Koppel, "Procedural generation and interactive web visualization of natural environments," in Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, pp.
We knew Hello Games would use procedural generation to afford us billions upon billions of worlds, each with its own ecosystem, unique flora and fauna, and majestic vistas.
The procedural generation is the process to generate content algorithmically rather than manual.
The powerful of procedural generation allows to integrate several research field to solve problems.
"Procedural generation" is another aspect that calls for virtual characters to adapt on the fly based on what a trainee is doing or saying.
Unlike SMB, IMB features in-game procedural generation of levels, thus the word Infinite in its title.
In this session, papers were presented on procedural generation of personalized Super Mario Bros.
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