Graphics Programming weekly - Issue 259 - October 30th, 2022

MeshTaichi: A Compiler for Efficient Mesh-based Operations (SIGGRAPH Asia 2022)

  • the paper presents a mesh computation compiler that separates mesh operations from the data partitioning
  • the system partitions meshes into sub-patches and reorganize mesh data so that attributes can be accessed from local on-chip memory
  • presents performance results and compares against RXmesh, another system that tries to optimize mesh access patterns

[video] ICC Colour Profiles, AdobeRGB & sRGB, and "Colour Management" on Windows. The Nightmare Part 1

  • the video shows the importance of color profiles
  • presents how in the absence of profiles, applications are free to interpret the results
  • shows how the most reliable way to get consistent results across applications is to convert from authoring color space into sRGB
  • additionally shows how to inspect color profiles


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[video] Intel’s New AI: Amazing Ray Tracing Results!

  • the video presents a new upsampling technique developed by intel (Temporally Stable Real-Time Joint Neural Denoising and Supersampling)
  • presents a comparison against previous techniques
  • shows that the technique can significantly improve denoising and also upscale the image to higher output resolutions

Shader Tutorial: Enter The Matrix

  • the tutorial presents how to rotate a texture in 2D space
  • explains rotation matrices, how to rotate around different positions of the plane
  • additionally presents the necessary steps to integrate into Unity for demonstration

Low Discrepancy Color Sequences

  • the article describes a possible solution to generate a color palette with neighboring colors being most different from each other
  • presents issues with some possible solutions
  • it additionally presents ideas about weaknesses of the offered solution and possible improvements

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