Author Topic: Young's interference experiment  (Read 4027 times)

2013-03-21, 10:54:48

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I tried to reproduce Young experience - quitted nothing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Young%27s_interference_experiment
Neither photons, nor ray trace. :)
Who does that think about it?
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2013-03-21, 11:45:55
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2013-03-21, 12:09:59
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Should try this in Maxwell :)
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2013-03-21, 14:03:48
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most wave effects are ignored my all renderers, it would give no benefits in 99.9999999999% scenes, and it would unreasonably complicate and slow down everything. See chapter 1.5 here on the various effects that are not simulated http://graphics.stanford.edu/papers/veach_thesis/thesis.pdf
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2013-03-21, 14:25:21
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Now it is clear why so slow Maxwell :)
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2013-03-21, 14:43:26
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I bet maxwell is not doing it either...
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2013-03-21, 15:46:28
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2013-03-21, 16:53:04
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I agree that it is not cost-effective, and in real life, you can see it is extremely rare!
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