Two Dielectric Interfaces

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Old 12 December 2006   #1
Post Two Dielectric Interfaces

It has never been a problem to assign dielectric material to a simple surface. But yesterday i sat down and tried to make a glass with wine. I was frustrated... Testing, i got a wine didn't look like liquid. I read a documentation file about dielectric materials and found out that there are two different dielectric interfaces; that "to achieve physically correct simulations it's important to use the correct surface interfaces''. Finally i got some good results but think, i still don't fully understand whether to use IOR or IOR outside and etc...
So if you have any additional info, or you understand mentalray's dielectric interfaces leave your comments, please.
 
Old 12 December 2006   #2
http://mymentalray.com/mymr_shaders/shaders.htm
 
Old 12 December 2006   #3
i found it here:
http://mymentalray.com/mymr_tutorials/tutorials.htm
It is much better and popular described than in help file.
Thanks for a link and and thanks to a site creaters!
 
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