Sajid Farooq
This thesis presents research carried out for the visualisation of surface anatomy data stored as large range images such as those produced by stereo-photogrammetric, and other triangulation-based capture devices. As part of this research, I explored the use of points as a rendering primitive as opposed to polygons, and the use of range images as […]
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Derek John Morris, Eike Falk Anderson, Christopher Peters
Advances in the graphical realism of modern video games have been achieved mainly through the development of the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), providing a dedicated graphics co-processor and framebuffer. The most recent GPU’s are extremely capable and so flexible that it is now possible to implement a wide range of algorithms on graphics hardware that […]
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Martin Wexo Olsson
GPGPU (General purpose computing on graphics processing unit) is quite common in today’s modern computer games when doing heavy simulation calculations like game physics or particle systems. GPU programming is not only used in games but also in scientific research when doing heavy calculations on molecular structures and protein folding etc. The reason why you […]
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