Implementation Details of GPU-based Out-of-Core Many-Lights Rendering

Rui Wang, Yuchi Huo, Yazhen Yuan, Kun Zhou, Wei Hua, Hujun Bao
State Key Lab of CAD&CG, Zhejiang University
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG), 32(6), ACM SIGGRAPH ASIA, 2013

   title={Implementation Details of GPU-based Out-of-Core Many-Lights Rendering},

   author={Wang, Rui and Huo, Yuchi and Yuan, Yazhen and Zhou, Kun and Hua, Wei and Bao, Hujun},



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In this document, we provide implementation details of the GPUbased out-of-core many-lights rendering method. First, we introduce the organization of out-of-core data and the graph data used for data management. Then, we introduce the algorithm used in data preparation step. Finally, we give the details of the out-of-core shading step.
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