Items tagged with Rendering

New renders of the OnePlus 7T Pro smartphone have leaked, and they look good enough to be official from OnePlus. The most notable thing about the leaked renderings is that it shows a unique triple rear camera setup. The camera arrangement looks more than a little like an angry face. The rear cameras fit in a circular pod high on the rear of the device, and three sensors makes a significant upgrade compared to the OnePlus 7. On the front side of the smartphone is a teardrop notch with the camera and a speaker grill along the top edge of the screen. The screen itself has very thin bezels and is 6.5-inches according to leaked details along with the renderings. The phone reportedly measures 161.2... Read more...
One of the best things about any Game Developers Conference is that it's where much of the interesting tech soon to hit our video games is first shown off. It's no surprise, then, that it's been the place to be for advanced character rendering and of course, the Holy Grail of them all, facial animation. While facial animation has come a long way over the years (L.A. Noire was an outstanding example), we've hardly seen a perfect example. In our opinion, though, Activision's demo at this week's GDC could be the closest we've ever come to that. It's again not perfect, but at certain points in the demo video, you may just be freaked out by the realistic reactions of the character. This... Read more...
For those of you who are interested in the technology that goes into making a cutting edge engine like id software's Doom 3 engine, Intel has a bit of a good read in store for you. Make some time and get some coffee, there's plenty of info to pour over. "The articles below provide an overview of the SIMD optimized rendering pipeline of animated models which is equivalent, but superior in performance to the one used in the computer game DOOM III. This improved rendering pipeline is implemented in the computer game Quake 4. Most of the rendering pipeline runs on the CPU while several of the steps in the pipeline could run on a GPU as available on many of today's graphics cards. However,... Read more...