Lecture 15: Advanced Topics in Material Modeling (49)

It's incredible how acute our visual processing systems are. Even with such high levels of advancement and simulation, it's still at this point in time, still decently easy to pick out a generated object versus a real imaged object.


I'm curious as to how many fibers, samples/pixel, and min/frame you would need to not be able to tell the difference.


For fur models, isn't the physical calculations for even samples/pixel per fiber GPU intensive? I remember that AI rendered scenes were becoming more common --


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