Tag Archives: algorithms

Technical debt… or technical weight?

Introduction Whole idea for this post came from a very inspiring conversation with my friends and ex-colleagues from Ubisoft that we had over a dinner few months ago. We started to talk about some sophisticated code algorithm – an algorithm … Continue reading

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Fixing screen-space deferred decals

Screen-space deferred decals are a very popular technique. There were so many presentations and blog posts about it that I will just list couple of them (just a first google search results page to be honest…) in no particular order: … Continue reading

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Anamorphic lens flares and visual effects

Introduction There are no visual effects that are more controversial than various lens and sensor effects. Lens flares, bloom, dirty lens, chromatic aberrations… All of those have their lovers and haters. Couple years ago many games used cheap pseudo HDR effect … Continue reading

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Designing a next-generation post-effects pipeline

Hey, it’s been a while since my last post. Today I will focus on topic of post-effects. Specifically, I wanted to talk about next-gen post process pipeline and redesign I worked on while being a part of Far Cry 4 rendering team. … Continue reading

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Review: “Multithreading for Visual Effects”, CRC Press 2014

Today I wrote a short review about a book I bought and read recently – “Multithreading for Visual Effects” published by CRC Press 2014 and including articles by Martin Watt, Erwin Coumans, George ElKoura, Ronald Henderson, Manuel Kraemer, Jeff Lait, James Reinders. … Continue reading

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Python as scientific toolbox – 8 months later

I started this blog with a simple post about my attempts to find free Mathematica replacement tool for general scientific computing with focus on graphics. At that time I recommended scientific Python and WinPython environment. Many months have passed, I … Continue reading

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Updated Poisson-like generator with GUI and more

Just a super short note: I updated my simple rendering-oriented Poisson-like pattern generator with: Very simple GUI made in PyQt to make experimenting easier. Option to do rotating disk (with minimizing rotated point distance) for things like Poisson bokeh / … Continue reading

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