Photo-realistic Rendering and Global Illumination in Computer Graphics Spring 2012 Stochastic Radiosity. K. H. Ko School of Mechatronics Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology. Discrete Random Walk Methods for Radiosity.
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Photo-realistic Rendering and Global Illumination in Computer Graphics Spring 2012Stochastic Radiosity
K. H. Ko
School of Mechatronics
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
C’i denotes the total number of particles hitting patch i. The expected number of particles that survive on i is ρiC’i≈Ci.
The transparent surface shows this density on the bottom surface of the shown model in the right figure.
The influence of surface orientation, distance, and visibility on the left surface of the scene with regard to x1.
The combined effect of the cosine distribution at x1 and the former.