Sparse Volume Rendering using Hardware Ray Tracing and Block Walking
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Description: This presents an approach consisting of a novel volume data structure, traversal algorithm, and density-encoding accelerating data visualization using ray-tracing hardware, improving average runtime under user-input defined access of volume.
Mehmet Oguz Derin, Morgenrot, Inc., Turkey
Takahiro Harada, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD); Morgenrot, Inc., United States of America
Yusuke Takeda, Hokkaido University, Japan
Yasuhiro Iba, Hokkaido University, Japan
Takahiro Harada is a researcher and the architect of a GPU global illumination renderer called Radeon ProRender at AMD. At the same time, he’s leading software development in Morgenrot, Inc. He developed Forward+ and GPU rigid body simulation solver, which is used as a base of the Bullet physics engine OpenCL implementation. Before joining AMD, he engaged in research and development on real-time physics simulation on PC and game consoles at Havok. Before coming to the industry, he was in academia as an assistant professor at the University of Tokyo, where he earned his Ph.D. in Engineering.
Yusuke Takeda is a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Hokkaido University. He also works as a researcher at The Hokkaido University Museum and The University Museum, The University of Tokyo. His current research interests are processing and visualization of large-size image sequence data acquired from various tomographic devices. He has also developed a multi-dimensional petrographic imaging system. His academic career started as a paleontologist focusing on ammonite fossils. He received his Ph.D. degree at the University of Tokyo in 2017.
Yasuhiro Iba is an associate professor at the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Hokkaido University. His current research interest is the development of high-resolution tomography systems for paleobiology and astrobiology. He received his Ph.D. degree at the University of Tokyo in 2008.