real-time rendering

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real-time rendering

Displaying an image on screen fast enough to render it realistically. For example, a 3D game requires that the graphics system can process each frame quickly enough to show realistic motion. See render and graphics accelerator.
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Now, with professional-quality immersive visualisation possible on high-end games-type hardware, using highly-efficient realtime rendering engines such as Unreal Engine 4 (UE4), sophisticated applications can be achieved by most engineering companies.
In addition to realtime rendering, the software is capable of background subtraction and substitution (e.
In addition to all these productivity and visual quality improvements, this release contains new polygon Reduction Tools which allow the user to optimize 3D models, while preserving visual quality, for more efficient realtime rendering.
ICEM's Realtime Rendering facilities were used extensively during this process to generate photo-realistic visualizations of the vehicle for design review and validation purposes.
McCue, RealTime Rendering of Real-World Environments (1999); retrieved February 10, 2002, from ftp://ftp.
We have expert knowledge in areas related to daylighting (atmospheric scattering), light scattering by materials (BRDF and BSSRDF models), light transport algorithms such as photon mapping, and realtime rendering technology.
With state-of-the-art full-scene, sub-pixel anti-aliasing and industry leading graphics performance, AAlchemy 4116 enables realtime rendering of complex synthetic environments rich in cultural features, free from distracting visual artifacts, and at sustained frame rates.
Heavy Metal GX+ Mercury's sustained frame rate performance, cost-effectiveness, advanced realtime rendering features, and ruggedized, rack-mount design make it ideally suited for use in deployed visual simulation applications where advanced anti-aliasing is required for visual realism.
Wireframe views are still invaluable for point-editing, but realtime rendering makes it easier to display objects as realistic solids, position them, combine them through Boolean or other operations, and visualize the effects immediately.
Users have always found our approach to 3D easy-to-use and understand, but now - with realtime rendering - users can work in full color and progress beyond the CAD-like world of wireframes.
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