The SIGGRAPH 2014 Real-Time Live! program will present a 90-minute show of the most cutting-edge real-time work from the past year. Real-Time Live! is part of the Computer Animation Festival and is the premier showcase for the latest trends and techniques for pushing the boundaries of interactive visuals.
“For one night only, SIGGRAPH attendees will enjoy a unique and fast-paced display of the most innovative real-time techniques for interactive systems and computer graphics, said Nicolas Gonzalez, SIGGRAPH 2014 Real-Time Live! Chair from Deloitte Consulting. “Our international jury truly bouncy castle outdid itself as this year’s show is mind-boggling with fascinating advancements that we cannot wait to show off.”
SIGGRAPH 2014 Real-Time Live! Highlights:
Presenters: David Johnson, Alessandro Nardini, Infinity Ward
In an effort to raise the bar for destruction sequences in a real-time game engine, non-localized particles, “instant pop,” low density, generic fracturing, and more were identified and addressed through several artistic techniques and technical advancements for “Call of Duty: Ghosts”.
NVIDIA FlameWorks: Real-Time Fire Simulation
Presenters: Simon Green, Nuttapong Chentanez, Aron Zoellner, Johnny Costello, Kevin Newkirk, Dane Johnston, NVIDIA Corporation
FlameWorks is the first system to bring cinema-quality volumetric fire, smoke, and explosion effects to real-time graphics. bounce house for sale The demo simulates and renders more than 32 million voxels per frame, at around 30 frames per second.
Real-Time Animation of Cartoon Character Faces
Presenters: Emiliano Gambaretto, Charles Piña, Mixamo, Inc.
This live demo allows a viewer to stand in front of a webcam and animate a 3D character in real time. The video stream is processed by Mixamo Face Plus proprietary technology, the facial expression of the user is extracted, and the emotional facial information is transferred to the 3D character.
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