[osg-users] Searcing for raytracer implementation based on OSG
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Thu Oct 11 04:18:57 PDT 2007
i agree completely with the your point of view. but one important thing is,
and only this part i am working on
is the fact that we haven't an accelerated line intersection test
implemented for triangle represented topology. $
if we make use of the drive manipulator, we can drop in ver bad frame rates,
and this isn't only a question of the rendering pipeline,
if we have to check against collisions and so on, and if we use the line
intersection test based on vertex array,
which is the same as the rendering vertex are, then for a hudge amount of
triangles we get really poor fps.
and if we can speed up this intersection, may we will be able to boost many
osg based applications, and this
would be really interesting for many others in the community.
2007/10/11, Joachim E. Vollrath <vollrath at vis.uni-stuttgart.de>:
> Hello to all interested in raytacing!
> Everyone's talking about optimizations, kD-Trees and stuff...
> Does anyone at all have a raytracer that supports everything OSG is able
> to model/represent?
> I'm talking about multitexturing, terrains, shaders, support for huge
> scenes, and all the rest...
> I mean, there's absolutely NO POINT in raytracing if you can't reproduce
> the exact result (plus global illumination, that is) OSG delivers
> natively with OpenGL rasterization!
> Personally, I think interfacing to a different rendering backend might
> be more promising.
> Maybe a translation from the OSG scene description language to Renderman
> or PovRay might do the job...
> Tobias Münch wrote:
> > Hello to all OSG developers.
> > Does anybody has developed a raytracer based on OSG or OpenGL which is
> > to use on other applications? It is important for me that no changes are
> > necessary to the OSG-framework like the raytracer of Amit Ben-David, who
> > modified the osg:Vec3f class. I need it for my thesis and unfortunately
> > have not enough time to code one by my own.
> > best regards, Tobias
> > p.s.: The source of Ben-Davids raytracer:
> > http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~cs234326/projects/GLSLRayTracer/main.htm
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