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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Therefore, multiresolution grids are commonly used in real-time rendering of large-scales of water and terrain.
"CAD data is mathematical in nature and needs to be scaled for real-time rendering," explains Cheben.
"Real-time rendering enables a range of innovative features," said Jason.
The WASP3D CE suite consists of the 3D Design tool -- Drone Designer and the real-time rendering server -- Sting Server.
Real-Time Rendering: Computer Graphics with Control Engineering is a recommendation for college-level holdings strong in computer science and engineering alike, and provides a unique framework for resolving issues of resource allocation and interactive computer graphics rendering.
Real-time rendering; computer graphics with control engineering.
This is superior to most existing methods for real-time rendering.
Using Informer, charts and visualizations can be created using an intuitive drag and drop web-based interface and real-time rendering refreshes dashboard widgets automatically as the data is changing.
Troy notes that the process isn't truly a real-time rendering approach--at least not yet.
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