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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.
[storm][storm-seminar] Seminar 10/07 – Visibility in global illumination and real-time – Pierre Mézières
For the next STORM seminar, I will give a presentation titled : Visibility in global illumination and real-time.
Abstract In real-time rendering of global illumination, indirect shadows are a difficult challenge. When using virtual point light-based methods, visibility means being able to calculate the visibility between any point in a 3D scene and hundreds of lights.…
For the next STORM webinar, Loïc Barthe will give a presentation titled : Implicit Decals
Abstract While 3D scalar fields are commonly used in the geometric modeling and animation of 3D objects, they receive less attention in there application in 2D. They may however be useful for the animation of 2D objects, as decals, when contact deformation are desired.…