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Our research group is part of the IRIT Laboratory  (UMR CNRS 5505).

We conduct research on computer graphics, including geometric modeling,  3D animation and rendering.
Once a month we organize an invited STORM seminar, where academic or industrial researchers, or artists present their work. Checkout this page for more details: past speakers, organization, and contact.

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[storm][storm-seminar] Seminar 24/01 – Path interpolation : Updates, and what will come next – Hugo Rens

For the next STORM seminar, Hugo Rens will give a presentation titled : Path interpolation : Updates, and what will come next. Abstract During this seminar, I will give a feedback of what I’ve been doing recently on the topic of light path interpolation using GPLVM, in the context of offline rendering.…

[storm][storm-seminar] Seminar 17/01 – Overview of global illumination techniques in real-time with VPLs and their limitations – Pierre Mézières

For the next STORM seminar, Pierre Mézières will give a presentation titled : Overview of global illumination techniques in real-time with VPLs and their limitations.

Abstract In real-time rendering of global illumination, a calculation model proposes to distribute virtual point light (VPL) in the scene. They play the role of caches to capture incident lighting and redistribute it through the scene.…

[storm][storm-seminar] Seminar 10/01 – Confidential seminar – Nicolas Mellado

For the weekly STORM seminar, Nicolas Mellado will give a confidential presentation.

The seminar is only open to team members. …

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