Some articles on rendering:
... main features of LuxRender as of version 0.8 include Biased and unbiased rendering Users can choose between physical accuracy (unbiased) and speed (biased) ... Full spectral rendering Instead of the RGB colour spectrum, full spectra are used for internal calculations ... Network and co-operative rendering Rendering time can be reduced by combining the processing power of multiple computers ...
... The first rendering in figure 1.8 is the traditional depiction of a bridge circuit ... The second rendering clearly shows the equivalence between the bridge topology and a topology derived by series and parallel combinations ... The third rendering is more commonly known as lattice topology ...
... In computer graphics, spectral rendering is where a scene's light transport is modeled with real wavelengths ... is typically a lot slower than traditional rendering, which renders the scene in its red, green, and blue components and then overlays the images ... Spectral rendering is often used in ray tracing or photon mapping to more accurately simulate the scene, often for comparison with an actual photograph to test the rendering algorithm (as in a Cornell Box) or to ...
... Screenshot of current release Trident Internet Explorer Mobile 100/100 but incorrect rendering Internet Explorer Mobile 9 Presto Opera Mini 97/100 Opera Mini 7 WebKit iOS browser 100/100 but incorrect rendering - iOS 4.3 ...
... first visual-effects company to apply radiosity rendering to film in Martin Scorsese’s Casino (1995) ... Radiosity rendering allowed for the first true simulation of bounce-light in a computer-generated environment ...
More definitions of "rendering":
- (noun): A written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language.
Synonyms: translation, interlingual rendition, version
- (noun): An explanation of something that is not immediately obvious.
Synonyms: interpretation, interpreting, rendition
- (noun): Giving in acknowledgment of obligation.
- (noun): A performance of a musical composition or a dramatic role etc..
- (noun): Perspective drawing of an architect's design.
- (noun): A coat of stucco applied to a masonry wall.
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