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Is there an effort to make all monitors have maximum gamut, or are people satisfied with the current state? Deep learning tends to be powerful in areas where humans perform better than computers playing Go, image classification, natural language processing.
Humans are pretty good at joint motion. The optimization approach here sort of reminds me of the old-school signal processing computer vision stuff, which works pretty well and predictably , but is outperformed at the high end by brute force learned methods. Basically, if Oculus did custom displays from scratch, could they get around this problem, or is it an inherent part of the display technology?
Do shadows only render for coarse, big objects? Does exaggerated ambient occlusion just look better than ordinary computed shadows? It seems pretty true to me, from the Apple II to video game consoles to the Raspberry Pi to smartphones. You hardcoded that the object moves along this curve for this amount of time, whether the hardcoding happened by entering keyframes or by motion capture.
The animation will feel like a pause-play video instead of a living system. It seems like both have a lot of parallelism: rasterization lets you process fragments in parallel for each polygon, while ray casting lets you process rays in parallel.
Is triangle-triangle intersection costly in practice? I guess if you have giant models with millions of triangles and you want to find their precise intersections?
Focuses a bit more on the human visual system and color science but goes fairly in-depth on the engineering side as well. By accounting for the influence weighted of other bones when transforming the mesh vertices, we get a smoother transition where we had discontinuity previously. Perhaps taking the hash of a video and using that for verification? Of course that only works if we have a trusted video source.
Object and Movement Description Techniques for Animation an Informal Review
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