Here is a tech demo of our Cuda smoke visualizer software. The software demonstrates real-time interaction and visualization with a smoke data set. It is possible to adjust several parameters such as density and lighting position. To download press HERE.
Archive for May, 2009
Our first attempt to use photonmapping in our Cuda raytracer, 300 samples pr pixel, 1200x800, final image rendering time 65 secs.
Here is the famous sponza scene in a 400 pixel pr sample rendering, without and with photonmapping. At this moment this takes a few minutes
to render, but we hope to improve on the rendering time when we learn a little more about CUDA.
We have recently begun initial experiments and implementation of a GPU assisted raytracer (through CUDA). Our vision is a progressive global illumination renderer with real time updates.
We are happy to announce that Karsten Noe has signed the letter of appointement, and will thus join the computer graphics group at the Alexandra Institute from the 1st of august 2009. Karsten was previously a PhD student (expecting a PhD degree soon) from the Department of Computer Science, University of Aarhus, working on GPU accelerated registration of deformable tissue in radiation therapy.
The Visible Ear Simulator website is available. Download of the free-ware version will be available soon: http://www.alexandra.dk/ves/