|02 February 2006||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2005
Coming soon (teaser)
We've posted some movies rendered with our next shader package... The new package will allow some cool subtle effects (or not so subtle ) as custom highlights, diffraction, pixel-density based shading or refraction without raytracing...
(Igor & Igor are you around here?)
|02 February 2006||#2|
Lord of the postsportfolio
Manchester, United Kingdom
I'm in a state of shock. Amazing, well done K-Team!
Can't wait to get my grubby little mitts on them
One question, what is "pixel-density based shading"? I'm befuddled <- blimey, I didn't know that was actually a word!
|02 February 2006||#3|
3D software developers
Join Date: May 2003
>> One question, what is "pixel-density based shading"?
Each rendered pixel covers a some "area" or "spot" of model's geometry. The shader just allows to change material attributes depending from size of this spot. The produced result looks like an "intelligent mix" of edge density and fade by distance
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