Author Topic: Refractive glass without shadows added  (Read 5434 times)

2013-06-02, 22:21:43

Ondra

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Refracts rays from camera, but does not form caustics, so it lets light though and does not cause fireflies:


From left to right: ordinary glass, twosided (thin) glass, new hybrid glass:

« Last Edit: 2013-06-02, 22:48:49 by Keymaster »
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2013-06-02, 23:12:44
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cecofuli

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Great! Thanks so much. Is it supported absorption too? So,  can we have  transparent colored shadows?

2013-06-02, 23:33:13
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For direct visibility yes, but the shadows won't pick up absorbtion color
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2013-06-02, 23:59:54
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cecofuli

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So, isn't it possible this effect?


2013-06-03, 00:11:04
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You would have to do it with the refraction color itself, not the attenuation.
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2013-06-03, 00:29:32
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cecofuli

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Ah, ok. Thanks ;-)

2013-06-03, 00:35:46
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I wish to have all that staff on my v4 !

thanks for it,

can't wait for v5

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2013-06-03, 09:16:08
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Very fast development!!! Keymaster you drink a lot of energy drinks?
Corona - the best rendering solution!

2013-06-03, 09:41:37
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Very fast development!!! Keymaster you drink a lot of energy drinks?

No, but he usually gets motivated when someone makes something great in Corona, like the Capybara trailer. ;) So if you want to see the fast development to continue, then make more awesome things in Corona ;)

2013-06-03, 11:55:38
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Very fast development!!! Keymaster you drink a lot of energy drinks?
no, I have enough trouble sleeping without them.
Rendering is magic.
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