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3D Computer Graphics in a Nutshell Guillaume Caumon, January 2002 Introduction Computer graphics is concerned with all the aspects of “drawing” on computers Performance is critical 3D Computer Graphics deals with the generation images from 3D objects. The Rendering Pipeline

3D Computer Graphics in a Nutshell

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3D Computer Graphics in a Nutshell

Guillaume Caumon, January 2002

- Computer graphics is concerned with all the aspects of “drawing” on computers
- Performance is critical
- 3D Computer Graphics deals with the generation images from 3D objects.

Pipeline = Linear succession of operations

Rendering speed = speed of the slowest step (bottleneck)

Application

Geometry

Rasterization

meshing

decimation

collision detection

animation

…

Software-based processing / modifications

Rendering

primitives

3D Model

Transforms

Lightning

Projection

Clipping

Model Transform

Model Coordinates

World Coordinates

Scaling, etc.

View Transform

Viewing Coordinates

Simulate interaction of light with matter:

- Emission

- Absorption

- Reflection

L

α

N

β

IR(l)

Ambient light coefficient

Ex: (.1, .1, .1)

Material color

Ex: (1, 0, 0)

Specular Coeficient

Ex: (1, 1, 1)

ν : r, g or b

Shininess (s > 1)

Flat shading: each triangle has

the same color

Gouraud shading: colors are

interpolated between vertices

Phong shading: normal are

interpolated and colors computed

for each pixel

normalization

Viewing Coordinates

Virtual Device Coordinates

Perspective/

parallel

My Window

Unit Cube

Screen = matrix

Per-pixel operations: ray-tracing

Scan conversion of lines:

naive version

Bresenham algorithm

Scan conversion of polygons

Aliasing / antialiasing

Texturing

Quickly evolving

Main principle: use of buffers

Color buffer :

1 byte per pixel (256) + lookup tables

2 bytes per pixel (65 536) “high color”

3+1 bytes per pixel bpp (16 millions) “true color” + alpha channel

Depth buffer :

16 to 32 bit per pixel

- Double buffering :
- show the front buffer while rasterizing the back buffer
- swap buffers in synchronization with the screen refresh

Stencil buffer :

allows high-level operations (antialiasing, filtering, etc.)

See OpenGL programmer’s reference for more details

3D Graphics require intensive computations

Yet, 3D Graphics are time-critical

Bottlenecks

Display lists

Only low-level graphics have been described.

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Scene Graphs

Selection and tools

See OpenInventor, VTK, etc.

- Foley, van Dam, Feiner, Hughes, Computer Graphics Principle and practice,2nd edition. Addisson Wesley, 1997
- Moller, Haines, Real-Time Rendering. AK Peters, 1999 (http://www.realtimerendering.com)
- The Graphic Gems series, Academic Press.
- Neider, Davis, Woo, OpenGL Programming Guide. Addisson Wesley, 1993
- Wernecke, The Inventor Mentor, release 2, Addisson Wesley,1994
- Schroeder, Martin, Lorensen, The Visualization Toolkit, 2nd edition. Prenctice Hall, 1998
- Proceedings of Siggraph, Visualization, Eurographics, etc.