Georg Mischler wrote:
Isn't it interesting how we only realize the extremely refined
inner workings of our perception when we try to simulate it by
Absolutely. A "real" looking rendered scene lives by a large quantity of tiny
visual information bits:
Non-perfect straight lines, _very_ slightly wobbled surfaces, hardly realized
textures, subtle shading .
Indicators, which, if missing, indicate "rendered" to the brain.
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